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How does radiotherapy destroys proximal (subcutaneous) fat cells? [closed]

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Closed as off topic by Canina‭ on Jun 5, 2021 at 10:38

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From my prior research I understand that there are several ways to remove or destroy proximal (subcutaneous) fat cells:

  • Liposuction (primarily removal)
  • Cryolipolysis (primarily destruction by focal frostbite)
  • Hydrolipoclasy (primarily destruction via saline injection + ultrasound waves combination)

Another way is using radio waves in various frequencies.

The same radio waves I use when I open my radio device to listen to news (although, of course the frequency is different but still what is the mechanism)?

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