reduction mammaplasty

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re·duc·tion mam·ma·plas·ty

n. cirugía plástica de reducción del seno, con vista a mejoramiento de la posición y apariencia.
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The head of plastic surgery at the clinic, Dr V Ramadevi, said some of her patients sought breast reduction to alleviate shoulder and back pain, while others sought to augment or shrink their breasts for a boost in confidence.
com/bodies/rhoc-kelly-dodd-breast-reduction-surgery/) breast reduction surgery because her 32GG breasts caused a strain on her back.
A two-stage approachwith initial breast reduction and "pre-shaping" followed by mastectomy and reconstructionappears to be a safer procedure with better cosmetic results, reports the September issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
Aesthetic Plastic Surgery offers breast reduction North Shore, also known as reduction mammoplasty, for patients unhappy with breast size or in pain due to large heavy breasts.
Over the centuries, the priority of breast reduction surgery has evolved from mainly volumetric reduction to significant emphasis on both functional and aesthetic outcomes.
Gray regularly attends ISAPS meetings and has presented on his techniques of Scarless Breast Reduction and Drainless Tummy Tucks numerous times.
The 30-year-old had a breast reduction as her 36FF bust was giving her back and neck pain.
Male breast reduction surgery costs a minimum of PS2,600 - suggesting a cost to the public purse of more than PS50,000 in Liverpool.
Mum-of-two Scyra Alexander, from Cardiff, has gone from a 34I to a 34DD after breast reduction surgery ALASTAIR JOHNSTONE / SWNS.
Although a patient who has significant discomfort may benefit from physical therapy and strengthening exercises to improve posture, the definitive treatment for macromastia and juvenile gigantomastia is surgical breast reduction, even in adolescence.