Eur J Plast Surg (2001) 24:181 DOI 10.1007/s002380100276 AUTHOR’S REPLY Henri Arion Carboxy-methyl cellulose hydrogels used to fill breast implants: 15-year experience Published online: 1 August 2001 © Springer-Verlag 2001 I thank Professor Sharpe, a European authority in this view. A scientific study observing the behavior of a se- field, for his friendly comments. I had addressed the eti- ries with encapsulation following removal of the prod- ology of periprosthetic fibrosis from a clinical point of ucts of degradation of fibrin is a fascinating subject which, however, goes beyond the subject under discus- sion. This reply refers to the invited commentary at http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1007/s002380100275 A study of carbon-14 tests of the carboxymethyl cel- lulose is ongoing in order to demonstrate the pattern of H. Arion ( ) breakup, degradation, and elimination of the filling prod- 9 Bd de Strasbourg, 8300 Toulon, France uct in case of accidental leakage from the implants. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel.: +33-4-94928826, Fax: +33-4-94234640 “But Paris was not made in a day.”
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