breast implant

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Noun1.breast implant - an implant for cosmetic purposes to replace a breast that has been surgically removed
implant - a prosthesis placed permanently in tissue
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Breast implantation is the most popular aesthetic surgery among women, to change the size and shape of women's breasts.
Breast implantation surgery increases the probability of being diagnosed with anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL).
The concept of breast implantation was introduced in the 18th century by Vincenz Czerny who used a lipoma for breast augmentation [1].
The company said the acquisition of Keller Medical, developer of the Keller Funnel, a device that improves breast implantation, and reduces the risks of implant contamination during procedures, is a natural complement to Allergan's plastic surgery and regenerative medicine business.
The most common cosmetic surgical procedures were liposuction (74%), abdominoplasty (58%), and breast implantation (32%); all procedures occurred during March-November 2013 (Figure), and illness onsets occurred during April-November 2013.
"Reconstructive breast implantation after mastectomy for breast cancer: clinical outcomes in a nationwide prospective cohort study." Arch Surg.
According to him, after tummy tuck and liposuction, women in their 20s and 40s are mostly craving for breast implantation and breast reduction in Qatar.