THE C FACTOR

The C factor is clinical:

¦  C1—orange peel skin invisible to the naked eye

¦  C2—orange peel skin noticeable only when palpated

¦  C3—orange peel skin visible only when the patient is seated

¦  C4—orange peel skin just visible to the naked eye

¦  C5—orange peel skin clearly visible to the naked eye (Fig. 14)

¦  C6—orange peel skin very clearly visible to the naked eye

¦  C7—orange peel skin very clearly visible to the naked eye and compacted

¦  C8—orange peel skin very clearly visible to the naked eye and fibrous

¦  C9—orange peel skin very clearly visible to the naked eye and accompanied by hypotrophic tissue

Figure 12

Thermograph pictures of

'normal zone'' T0.


Figure 13

''Pathological zone.''


Figure 14

C5—before and after treatment.

The D factor is symptomatic:

¦  DO—cellulite not painful when pinched

¦  D1—cellulite slightly painful when pinched

¦  D2—cellulite painful when pinched

¦  D3—cellulite slightly painful when compressed

¦  D4—cellulite painful when compressed

¦  D5—cellulite very painful when compressed

¦  D6—cellulite painful without compression

¦  D7—spontaneously painful cellulite accompanied by a sensation of heaviness in the legs

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