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Journal: The Swedish Journal of Scientific Research (SJSR) (Vol.2, No. 3)

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Page : 1-7

Keywords : Abdominal adiposity. Cavitation radiofrequency. Mesotherapy.;

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The purpose of the study is compare between cavitation radiofrequency and mesotherapy on abdominal adiposity. 45 obese subjects of both sexes ranged in age from twenty five to forty five years participated in this study were selected from specialized center for obesity and categorized randomly into 3 groups of equal number (each group 15 subjects). Group A received (cavitation radiofrequency and diet), Group B received (mesotherapy and diet), Group C received (diet only) all groups were observed for 6 weeks. Body weight, height, waist hip ratio and skin fold were measured before and after intervention. Results: There was significant improvement in the three groups in waist circumference, waist hip ratio, and suprailiac skin fold in favor of cavitation radiofrequency group, with no significant difference in body weight and BMI in the three groups after intervention. Conclusions: Cavitation radiofrequency is more effective than mesotherapy in reduction of abdominal obesity.

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