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Unipolar Microplasma Radiofrequency Device

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Unipolar Microplasma Radiofrequency Device: In-vivo Histologic Study

Prospective, Open-Label, Single-Center Pilot Study. The study is aimed to evaluate the histologic effects of a unipolar microplasma electrode pin radiofrequency device (Alma Lasers OPUS system) on the abdominal skin. The study will include up to 2 subjects. Each subject will have a single cutaneous treatment of their lower abdomen, with variable treatment parameters. Punch biopsies will be obtained from each treatment section, for in-vivo histological evaluations.

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Device - OPUS system

Each subject will have a single cutaneous treatment of their lower abdomen, with variable treatment parameters. Punch biopsies will be obtained from each treatment section, for in-vivo histological evaluations.

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Evaluation of the Cutaneous Effects of a Unipolar Microplasma Electrode Pin Radiofrequency Device: An In-vivo Histologic Study

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NCT04153071

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