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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26218374/strategies-for-aesthetic-reshaping-of-the-postpartum-patient
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Alan Matarasso, Darren M Smith
UNLABELLED: Statistics reflect that pregnancies are occurring at a later age, multiple births are becoming more common, and a sizeable population--with a keen interest in nutrition, fitness, and a continued desire to retain a youthful figure--is aging. Consequently, postpartum reshaping is a priority for many women, enough so that the phrase "mommy makeover" has entered the vernacular. In this article, the senior author's practice was evaluated to explore patient goals, methods, and outcomes in reshaping the postpartum abdomen...
August 2015: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25919267/combined-breast-surgery-and-abdominoplasty-strategies-for-success
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Alan Matarasso, Darren M Smith
Abdominoplasty and breast surgery are frequently appealing to patients as combined procedures. The practice of combining abdominoplasty with other procedures originates from abdominoplasty performed in conjunction with intraabdominal or gynecologic surgery. Initially, the focus of combined surgery was on ensuring safety and minimizing local (e.g., wound healing) complications. As surgeons began combining abdominoplasty with distant procedures such as breast surgery, because the individual procedures have little adverse impact on one another and are not altered because of the combination, concerns with systemic morbidity surpassed the initial focus on avoiding local complications...
May 2015: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23158385/the-mommy-makeover-package
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Eric T Carniol, Paul J Carniol
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