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By J. Peter Rubin MD FACS, Alan Matarasso MD

Your sufferers have fought the burden loss conflict and received. help them within the ultimate section of physique contouring utilizing this new booklet as your advisor. This fantastically illustrated atlas comprehensively examines recommendations for coping with aesthetic problems with the face and neck, breast, stomach, palms, and legs as a rule dealing with sufferers after bariatric surgical procedure. Over eighty five colour illustrations and 500 full-color photos show operative suggestions, pre-operative visual appeal, and post-operative effects, making this article not just useful yet beneficial.

  • Examines the complete variety of aesthetic concerns demanding the burden loss sufferer, supplying insurance of the full physique in a single e-book!
  • Presents a complete bankruptcy on total-body lifts and mixing numerous approaches right into a unmarried operation.
  • Includes key issues containers at the start of every bankruptcy, making specialist assistance effortless to find.
  • Discusses mental and perioperative administration matters specific to the weight loss sufferer looking physique contour surgery.
  • Uses 87 colour surgical illustrations and 500 complete colour pictures to illustrate ideas and the consequences you could supply patients.

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In general, this is considered a cosmetic procedure. • Belt lipectomy. A method designed to circumferentially reduce truncal excess combining an abdominoplasty, lateral thigh lift, buttocks lift, and sometimes liposuction of select areas. • Lower body lift. Described initially by Lockwood and refers to a combined transverse thigh/buttock lift with a high-tension abdominoplasty. • Panniculectomy. Removal of skin and fat of the abdominal wall. In general, this is considered a reconstructive procedure.

Excess tissue is marked with a Pitanguy flap demarcator. 6 The posterior flap has been rotated and fixed at point B. Excess facial skin is demarcated with no tension on the flap. 23 3 Approach to the face and neck after weight loss has been widely indicated as a non-surgical application, either by itself or as a complement to surgery. Elements of the upper face that must be considered preoperatively for any procedure are: • the length of the forehead and the elasticity of the skin, • muscle force and wrinkles, • the position of the anterior hairline, and • the quality and quantity of hair.

Despite the disadvantages, this technique is safe and reliable for restoring a youthful breast shape in the massive weight loss patient. Great control over both skin envelope and parenchymal shape may be gained with this procedure. PREOPERATIVE EVALUATION Patients with mild breast deformities following weight loss should be considered for traditional mastopexy techniques, including short scar approaches. However, existing mastopexy techniques are not always adequate to achieve a good aesthetic result with these deformities when faced with the following clinical findings.

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