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Syneron Medical Completes and Summarizes the Multi-site Clinical Study Agreed Upon with FDA for the UltraShape Contour I
Date:10/21/2013

y, Hong Kong, Korea, Russia, Ukraine, Singapore, Taiwan, South Africa and Thailand. The Contour I has been used in 220,000 procedures worldwide, with a positive safety and effectiveness profile.

"In our practice, we found significant abdominal circumference reduction following treatment with the Contour I. The treatment was easy to perform and no serious adverse events occurred," stated William Coleman M.D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology, Adjunct Professor of Surgery (Plastic Surgery), Tulane University Health Sciences Center and a principal investigator in the study. "We are looking forward to incorporating this effective and safe non-invasive treatment into our practice."

Robert Weiss, M.D., Vice President of the American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery, who was also a principal investigator in the study, stated, "The treatment was well tolerated and our patients were very satisfied with the treatment and with the results they achieved. The automated tracking feature ensures safe, effective and homogeneous treatments."

Dr. Shimon Eckhouse, CEO of Syneron, commented: "The highly successful completion of the large UltraShape FDA clinical study is an extremely important milestone for Syneron. Syneron's UltraShape technology presents a safe and effective non-invasive alternative for the destruction of fat cells and abdominal circumferential reduction. This is one of the largest studies ever performed in the area of non-invasive aesthetic medicine and it clearly demonstrates Syneron's commitment to body shaping and to bringing to the market the most advanced technology for this important aesthetic application."

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