Aesthetic Surgery After Massive Weight Loss
Your patients have fought the weight loss battle and won. Assist them in the final phase of body contouring using this new book as your guide. This beautifully illustrated atlas comprehensively examines techniques for managing aesthetic issues of the face and neck, breast, abdomen, arms, and legs commonly facing patients after bariatric surgery. Over 85 color illustrations and 500 full-color photographs display operative techniques, pre-operative appearance, and post-operative results, making this text not only practical but invaluable.
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Evaluation of the massive weight loss patient who presents for bodycontouring surgery
Approach to the breast after weight loss
Approach to the lower body after weight loss
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