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ISSN: 2413-9335 (Online)
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DOI: 10.31618/ESU.2413-9335.2020.1.77.964
Дата публикации статьи в журнале: 2020/09/16
Название журнала: Евразийский Союз Ученых — публикация научных статей в ежемесячном научном журнале, Выпуск: 77, Том: 1, Страницы в выпуске: 55-60
Автор: Omurzakova Aliya Turatbekovna
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Автор: Izranov Vladimir Aleksandrovich
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Анотация: Introduction. Various skin parameters such as the thickness of the epidermal echo, dermis and subcutaneous tissue, the surface area of individual layers, the thickness of the subepidermal layer with a low echogenic effect, the caliber of blood vessels, as well as the presence or absence of blood flow in the vessels, can be investigated with ultrasound. The aim of our investigation was to evaluate age-related changes and pathological lesions of the face skin using ultrasound examination of the different anatomical areas of the face in young and older women. Materials and methods. The thickness of different skin layers (epidermis, dermis, hypodermis) was measured in the area of the interbrow zone, chin, nasolabial folds and cheeks in 52 patients aged 15 to 75 years (mean age 44.3±11.9 years) using an ultrasound scanner Mindray DC-8. The study was carried out in Department of Fundamental Medicine of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University. Statistical processing for the study results was performed in Microsoft Excel 2017 using average values (M), the reliability was determined using Student's criterion, and its critical level in this study was taken to be 0.05. Results and its discussion. The thickness of the epidermis was minimal in the nasolabial fold (0.039 cm) and the maximum (0.043 cm) in the chin. The thickness of the dermis was maximal in the interbrow zone (0.081 cm) and the smallest in the chin (0.062 cm). The thickness of the hypodermis was the biggest in the cheeks area (0.136 cm and 0.137 cm to the right and left, respectively), the smallest hypoderm thickness was recorded in the chin area (0.019 cm). A thickening of the dermis was established in patients after 40 years in all anatomical areas of the face with the achievement of a statistically significant difference in the nasolabial folds (p = 0.027) and cheeks (p = 0.01). It was found that the dermis was thickened in patients who used fillers in all anatomical areas of the face with a statistically significant (p <0.05) difference in the nasolabial folds. Conclusion. Until now, little attention has been paid to the study of age-related changes and some pathological lesions in the face skin by using ultrasound, so there are no standard parameters for assessing its thickness, which requires further research.
Ключевые слова: facial skin, epidermis,dermis,hypodermis,age,ultrasound examination of the skin,women older than 40 years,fillers,
Данные для цитирования: Omurzakova Aliya Turatbekovna Izranov Vladimir Aleksandrovich . ULTRASOUND AS USEFUL TOOL FOR EVALUATION AGE-RELATED CHANGES AND PATHOLOGICAL LESIONS OF THE FACE SKIN (55-60) // Евразийский Союз Ученых — публикация научных статей в ежемесячном научном журнале. Медицинские науки. 2020/09/16; 77(1):55-60. 10.31618/ESU.2413-9335.2020.1.77.964

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