Aesthetic Breast Surgery

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009 - Medical - 286 pages
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This volume in the Techniques in Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Series gives you the very latest on the hottest areas in aesthetic breast surgery. Generously illustrated with many color operative photographs, line drawings and cases, the book focuses on the newest techniques and how to use them to get the best possible results. Positioning, marking, alternative options, surgical pitfalls and expert tips, tricks, and comments are presented in clear, clinical terms. Each portable volume is augmented with a fully searchable DVD containing video clips of key procedures, performed by experts as well as operative tricks and hints.

  • Contains detailed full-color illustrations for clear visual guidance to each operative step.
  • Includes a DVD with video clips of key procedures performed by an expert so you can see them performed in real time.
  • Discusses common pitfalls to help you improve the quality of your technique.
  • Features experts' "tricks of the trade" so you can learn the best approach to getting the optimal results.
  • Provides international authorship for true breadth and depth of knowledge.
  • Uses a consistent format, style, and approach throughout to make finding information easier.
  • Includes coverage of implant selection, breast reduction, augmentation tips and tricks, and fat injections.
 

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Contents

Preoperative evaluation preparation and education of the breast augmentation patient
1
Breast augmentation incision selection
15
Subpectoral approach for primary breast augmentation
27
Saline implants indications techniques and precautions
39
Silicone implants
49
Semicohesive gel implants
59
Subfascial transaxillary breast augmentation
83
Secondary augmentation
93
Mastopexy augmentation
153
Periareolarverticalsmall horizontal scars
167
The circumvertical breast reduction technique
187
Vertical breast reduction
201
Vertical mammaplasty
217
No vertical scar breast reductionmastopexy
229
Breast shaping in the massive weight loss patient
243
Complications in breast augmentation maximizing patient outcomes with some surgical solutions to common problems
253

Breast reconstruction and augmentation using preexpansion and autologous fat transplantation
127
Tubular breasts
145

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