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Mini liposuction, also widely known as mini lipo, was first introduced only a few years ago by a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills. The mini liposuction is less complicated and is a shorter version on the liposuction.Contributor: eduardo ramirezPublished: Aug 03, 2010
Source: Most Recent Health Wellness - Associated Content - August 3, 2010 Category: Other Conditions Source Type: blogs
Liposuction is a cosmetic surgery procedure that sculpts the body by removing excess fat deposits from specific areas. Through a tiny incision, a narrow tube is inserted and used to vacuum the fat layer that lies deep beneath the skin.Contributor: eduardo ramirezPublished: Aug 03, 2010
Source: Most Recent Health Wellness - Associated Content - August 3, 2010 Category: Other Conditions Source Type: blogs
FDA Reply Brief in NJOY Electronic Cigarette Case is Not Compelling Because It Ignores FDA Tobacco Law
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has filed its reply brief, which responds to NJOY's brief submitted to the D.C. Court of Appeals. The case involves the issue of whether the FDA has the authority to regulate electronic cigarettes as drugs/devices under the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) or whether it instead must regulate electronic cigarettes as tobacco products under the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act (heretofore referred to as the Tobacco Act).As I explained previously, NJOY's argument is that its electronic cigarettes are not drugs and devices under FDCA because they are not marketed for u...
Source: The Rest of the Story: Tobacco News Analysis and Commentary - August 3, 2010 Category: Health Medicine and Bioethics Commentators Source Type: blogs
Suspects Flee After Buttock Injections Result in Death
Two women are sought by the authorities after allegedly performing illegal silicone injections into the buttocks of a woman who subsequently died. Guadalupe Viveros and Alejandra Viveros are believed to have fled to Mexico after posting $20,000 bail. This story has achieved national headlines with CNN's Nancy Grace focusing on it this week. If you have info on these fugitives, click here.These types of illegal injections are unfortunately more common than most people realize. It seems that many of these phony plastic surgeons come from other countries to prey on immigrants here in the States. On a recent trip to Boston's C...
Source: Celebrity Cosmetic Surgery - August 2, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: Dr. Tony Youn Source Type: blogs
Montana Fishburne’s strange nose
Montana Fishburne is the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit MyWebsite.com for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Source: Awful Plastic Surgery - August 2, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: The Staff Tags: Montana Fishburne rhinoplasty Source Type: blogs
August Specials in the Skin Spa
Specials in the Skin Spa for August at Christine Hamori Cosmetic Surgery + Skin Spa are as follows. $99 Special - Ultrasonic Facial $99 Special - Microdermabrasion 10% off - Any package of 3 SkinMedica peels: Illuminize Peel Vitalize Peel Rejuvenize Peel 50% off - Laser Hair Reduction - When you purchase one area at full price, receive second area of equal or lesser value at 50% off. 10% off -
Source: What's New In Plastic Surgery? - August 1, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: A Campbell Source Type: blogs
Cosmetic Surgery -- Not Always Pretty
H/T to Berci who shared this article from Power of Data Visualization: Crazy Facts About Plastic Surgery [Via: Medical Coding]
Source: Suture for a Living - August 1, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Tags: cosmetic surgery plastic surgery Source Type: blogs
Liposuction Patient Nancy Clayton Sues Prominent Manhattan Plastic Surgeon Dr. Bruce Katz.
California patient Nancy Clayton has filed suit over what she alleges is negligent care she received at the hands of prominent Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. Bruce Katz.
Source: Inside Surgery - July 31, 2010 Category: Surgeons Authors: Editor Tags: Medical News Wire Bruce Katz liposuction manhattan plastic surgeon Nancy Clayton Source Type: blogs
Chelsea Clinton’s Likely Plastic Surgery
Chelsea Clinton has most likely used plastic surgery to improve her looks in recent years, including a possible nose job, chin augmentation, and facial fillers. Manhatten plastic surgeon Dr. Jennifer Walden comments.
Source: Inside Surgery - July 30, 2010 Category: Surgeons Authors: Editor Tags: Medical News Wire Chelsea Clinton chin augmentation Jennifer walden plastic surgery Source Type: blogs
"Nup / Tuck" - Chelsea Clinton's Pre-Wedding Plastic Surgery?
There's quite a bit of speculation that Chelsea Clinton may have undergone a "Nup / Tuck," aka pre-wedding plastic surgery. She certainly has never looked better. A friend of mine, Dr. Jennifer Walden, has commented to The Examiner that she believes Chelsea underwent a rhinoplasty and chin augmentation. After looking at photos, I would agree with her, although it can be difficult to separate what changes may be due to plastic surgery versus natural maturation.In addition, Chelsea's gummy smile appears to be improved, which can be due to a surgical gummy smile repair (where the muscles that elevate the lip are cut) or Botox...
Source: Celebrity Cosmetic Surgery - July 30, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: Dr. Tony Youn Source Type: blogs
Rainbows and Puppies and Kittens and Sunshine
Ignore my gray hair rant below. About an hour after I hit "post," the phone rang. I was being called for another interview at the same school, for an even better job, as the Principal's Secretary.I was hired the next day.Perhaps they liked the experience that my silver hair represents.If that wasn't good enough, today I met my new plastic surgeon, Dr. CMYP. Let's just say that sometimes things happen for the best, and I'm now feeling very positive about my reconstruction. In fact, I will no longer call him Combat Doctor's Young Partner. He deserves his own nickname, and perhaps there will come a time when I will post his r...
Source: Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink! - July 30, 2010 Category: Cancer Source Type: blogs
Major Factors that Affect the Costs for Liposuction Procedure
Among other surgeries, cosmetic surgery is one of the most controversial. People think it is not wise to risk your life and expose yourself to the dangers of complications and infections.Contributor: eduardo ramirezPublished: Jul 29, 2010
Source: Most Recent Health Wellness - Associated Content - July 29, 2010 Category: Other Conditions Source Type: blogs
In Search for the Best Liposuction Technique
Liposuction may be the most popular cosmetic surgery in the world but this procedure has lots of techniques to offer that ranges from different prices and degree of incisions and bruises.Contributor: eduardo ramirezPublished: Jul 29, 2010
Source: Most Recent Health Wellness - Associated Content - July 29, 2010 Category: Other Conditions Source Type: blogs
Audrina Patridge’s Boob Job Analyzed
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Source: Awful Plastic Surgery - July 28, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: The Staff Tags: Audrina Patridge breast augmentation breast implants Source Type: blogs
What to do about Breast Acne?
Whenever I am looking for solid, scientific information on a particular beauty product or ingredient I check out the Beauty Brains. This is a fantastic blog that focuses on all sorts of beauty questions, all from a scientific point of view. In this post, they tackle the problem of breast acne.Some suggestions for treating breast acne include benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid peels, the AFA Clay Peel, and topical antibiotics like Clindamycin. Be sure to visit your medical aesthetician or dermatologist if this is a problem for you.Photo credit: Beauty BrainsThanks for reading.Michigan-based Plastic SurgeonAnthony Youn, M.D.Share
Source: Celebrity Cosmetic Surgery - July 28, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: Dr. Tony Youn Source Type: blogs
Cool Liposuction Technique
Cosmetic surgery has been increasing in numbers and continues to grow over the years, probably because of the fact that many individuals are having problems with obesity and weight management.Contributor: eduardo ramirezPublished: Jul 28, 2010
Source: Most Recent Health Wellness - Associated Content - July 28, 2010 Category: Other Conditions Source Type: blogs
Getting the Best Breasts Possible
I had a great doctor’s appointment last week. I got to tell my plastic surgeon how I wanted my redesigned breasts to look. Dr. Studinger is an amazing, patient, and understanding doctor. She is really skilled in the DIEP flap breast reconstruction procedure and committed to helping me get the best possible results from the touch-ups I want. Although I had two surgeries to reconstruct my breasts, I still need to finalize the shape and size of my breasts; one breast is a little bigger than the other. This is in part because one breast was reconstructed from a prophylactic mastectomy, while the other was removed with cancer...
Source: Life with Breast Cancer - July 28, 2010 Category: Cancer Authors: admin Tags: Breast cancer community Breast cancer lifestyle Breast cancer survivor Breast reconstruction surgery masectomy self esteem breasts Kathy-Ellen Kups Kathy-Ellen’s Breast Cancer Blog Source Type: blogs
Obamacare Complexity vs Free Market Simplicity
By Daniel J. MitchellFree markets are characterized by voluntary exchange between buyers and sellers. Mapping that relationship is absurdly simply, as this image indicates. Indeed, the only reason I even bothered to include that image was for purposes of comparison. Here is a new flowchart prepared for the Joint Economic Committee showing the healthcare system under Obamacare. It’s worth noting, by the way, that the system already was a disaster even before Obamacare was enacted. In the health care sector, free markets are only allowed to operate in very rare cases, such as cosmetic surgery, laser eye surgery, and ...
Source: Cato-at-liberty - July 28, 2010 Category: Health Medicine and Bioethics Commentators Authors: Daniel J. Mitchell Tags: Government and Politics Health, Welfare & Entitlements Tax and Budget Policy free markets government intervention Government-run healthcare health reform Obamacare Third-party payer voluntary exchange Source Type: blogs
Tanya Tucker Goes Tranny
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Source: Awful Plastic Surgery - July 28, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: The Staff Tags: Tanya Tucker breast augmentation breast implants Source Type: blogs
Get Yourself Into A “Medical Jam”
Thanks to the PSP Blog which linked to the “Culture Map” article by By Douglas Newman — Medical jams: From plastic surgery to cancer to sex changes, it’s been rocked about. Newman has put together the following list with audio links included in his article. I hope you will pop over and give them a listen. Do you have any to add to the list? “Heart Doctor” by Lee “Scratch” Perry This late period track by the legendary (and legendarily kooky) Lee “Scratch” Perry finds the reggae/dub artist and producer doling out “advice” to his patients… R...
Source: Better Health - July 27, 2010 Category: Health Medicine and Bioethics Commentators Authors: DrRamonaBates Tags: Better Health Network Humor Douglas Newman General Medicine Medical Humor Medical Jams Medicine and Music Source Type: blogs
Kim Kardashian and Celeb Lookalike Surgery
Kim Kardashian recently stepped into the Celeb Lookalike Surgery arena, by conducting a mini-Twittervention for a fan who was planning to have buttock surgery to look like Kim: "Don't try 2 b someone else," and implored her not to "change yourself for anybody but yourself." Today Madison Park of CNN.com published an article that expanded on the phenomenon of people trying to undergo plastic surgery to look like a celeb. Click here for the article, which includes some of my thoughts on the subject.This story is similar to the one with Jessica Alba, as documented in my blog post here, where she convinced a fan in China not t...
Source: Celebrity Cosmetic Surgery - July 26, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: Dr. Tony Youn Source Type: blogs
Why is breast cancer reconstruction surgery with implants done in multiple stages? "Baby Steps"
From time to time you will get asked by breast cancer patients whether their reconstruction surgery can be done all in one stage at the time of mastectomy. The answer is you can, but there are a number of factors working against you for the best result, such that "baby steps" (planned sequential small procedures)Typically, most implant reconstruction surgery involves placing a temporary implant called a "tissue expander" at the time of mastectomy that is later replaced by a permanent implant. As compared to a regular implant, a tissue expander is shaped different to maximize shape of the lower breast. It is decidedly more ...
Source: Plastic Surgery 101 - July 26, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: Dr. Rob Oliver Jr. Source Type: blogs
The Skinny on Dermatology: A Few Common Medical Procedures
When we think “dermatologist”, we may only think about a specialist who consults her patients on facial skin problems, like acne. But the dermatologist provides a wide array of services having to do with skin, scalp, hair, and nails, and performs various medical procedures. Here are a few of the most popular. 1. Hair transplantation When a patient is confronting the often debilitating prospect of hair loss, dermatologists may opt to perform a cosmetic procedure known as hair transplantation. The way it works is that the dermatologist will remove skin containing hair follicles and surgically attach it to skin ...
Source: Skin MD - July 26, 2010 Category: Dermatologists Authors: the Editor Tags: Dermatology Medi Spa Treatments Skin MD Blog Skin Science Skin Treatments Abnormal Tissue Beard Hair Benign Growths Birthmarks Currettage Diseased Tissue Electrodesiccation Facial Skin Hair Follicles Hair Transplantation Lase Source Type: blogs
How Do You Hide $100 From A (Name Your Doctor or Surgeon) Joke
How do you hide $100 from a surgeon? Put it in the patient's chart, next to the lab.How do you hide $100 from an orthopedist? Put it in a text book.How do you hide $100 from a neurosurgeon? Tape it to his kid.How do you hide $100 from an OB/Gyn? Tape it to the patient's head.How do you hide $100 from an internist? Stick it under the patient's bandage.How do you hide $100 from a radiologist? Give it to the patient.How do you hide $100 from a cardiologist? You can't.How do you hide $100 from a plastic surgeon? You definitely can't. And last but not least, here's my own personal touch...
Source: The Happy Hospitalist - July 25, 2010 Category: Internists and Doctors of Medicine Authors: The Happy Hospitalist Source Type: blogs
This past week I learned several new words and phrases. Allow me to share a few with you. “Speedo sag” –- I learned of this phrase from a tweet from @BAAPSMedia: Have just seen a cosmetic surgery press release about so-called “Speedo Sag”….Eww. My first thought was the same as my OR crew, whom I polled. We all thought it had to have something to do with the parts of the male anatomy which should be covered by the Speedo, such as perhaps the scrotum. It doesn’t. (more…) *This blog post was originally published at Suture for a Living*
Source: Better Health - July 25, 2010 Category: Health Medicine and Bioethics Commentators Authors: DrRamonaBates Tags: Better Health Network Humor True Stories Abdominal Skin Abdominoplasty Angle of the Mouth Cosmetic Surgery Dunlop Facial Muscle Male Anatomy Medical Humor Medical Terminology Medical Vocabulary Plastic Surgery Pockets Of Fat Source Type: blogs
Medicine and Music
Thanks to the PSP Blog which linked to the Culture Map article by By Douglas Newman -- Medical jams: From plastic surgery to cancer to sex changes, it's been rocked about. Newman has put together the following list with audio links included in his article. I hope you will pop over and give them a listen. Do you have any to add to the list? "Heart Doctor" by Lee "Scratch" Perry This late period track by the legendary (and legendarily kooky) Lee "Scratch" Perry finds the reggae/dub artist and producer doling out "advice" to his patients. …. "A Nurse's...
Source: Suture for a Living - July 25, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Tags: Music medicine Source Type: blogs
The Doctor Will See You Now – Or Else!
It has been clear since the passage of Obamacare, with its ludicrous economic projections and Enron-accurate accounting, that the outcome of this gargantuan medical gewgaw will be enormous shortfalls in funding for healthcare. The long-term consequences of its financial chicanery are legion, from spiraling deficits, to drastic cutbacks in funding to hospitals and health care providers , to the hyperbolically-described “death panels”: restrictions in payment for health care services as determined by faceless bureaucrats, based on cost considerations masquerading under the paper-thin guise of “medica...
Source: The Doctor Is In - July 25, 2010 Category: Family Physicians Authors: Dr Bob Tags: Health Care Policy Health Care Reform Medicine Source Type: blogs
In the mail today, I received a letter stating that my insurance company has, a mere 46 days after being abandoned by my old plastic surgeon, approved a referral to what I hope is my new plastic surgeon, Combat Doctor's Young Partner, now known as Dr. CDYP. (Whose name you wouldn't believe even if I told you.)The letter states that I am allowed one "Treatment/Unit" and this expires October 7.A treatment unit?What the heck is a treatment unit?Reading further, I see that I am allowed this: Office/Outpatient Visit, New.I already have an appointment for July 30th. This Office/Outpatient Visit will be considered my 1 Trea...
Source: Breast Cancer? But Doctor....I hate pink! - July 24, 2010 Category: Cancer Source Type: blogs
Oksana Grigorieva - Plastic Surgery That Mel Hates
I think Mel Gibson is an insane, racist psychopath. I'm pretty sure that most of you who've heard his rants on Radaronline.com agree with me. I used to be a fan of his, but now... yechh!What plastic surgery do I think his ex Oksana Grigorieva has had? In one tape Mel mentions her "foreign bodies," referring to her breast implants. Looking at photos of her (some before-and-afters are on display on awfulplasticsurgery.com), I bet she's had cheek implants, a rhinoplasty, and lip enhancement, likely with a semi-permanent implant like Alloderm. Overall I think she looks pretty, but a bit plasticized. Each of the procedures appe...
Source: Celebrity Cosmetic Surgery - July 24, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: Dr. Tony Youn Source Type: blogs
Latisse (the eyelash drug) has been a raging clinical success
Quick thought of the day:After dispensing Allergan's Latisse medication for enhancing eyelash growth for over a year now, I'm officially impressed. It is hand's down the single most reliable treatment we offer to patients, and I have not seen anyone who does not respond well with it. Part of it's popularity is also the relatively low price tag (~ $120-$130 for a 2 month supply).The "off the record" advice I have for Latisse users is that I think you can actually use it less frequently then daily and maintain results. I advise patients that once they get to a good clinical result that they try every other or every third day...
Source: Plastic Surgery 101 - July 23, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: Dr. Rob Oliver Jr. Source Type: blogs
Laser Rosacea Treatments
While there is no “cure” for rosacea, one of the best ways to the redness associated with the condition is through laser. Most people have heard of laser hair removal but many people do not know that many dermatologists and cosmetic surgeon that offer this procedure will likely offer laser treatment for rosacea as well. It is always best to go to a board certified dermatologist for rosacea treatments as they will be the most familiar with the condition and know how to properly treat your skin tone. Unfortunately, laser rosacea treatment is rarely covered by insurance, as it is still considered a cosmetic treatm...
Source: The Rosacea Forum - Papulopustular, Telangiectatic, and Phymatous - July 23, 2010 Category: Dermatologists Authors: admin Tags: Lasers and IPL Source Type: blogs
Proof Paris Hilton Does Not Have Breast Implants
There are always rumors going around that Paris Hilton has breast implants. If this photo isn't proof that she has natural A cups, then I should give up my day job and be a full-time writer of plastic surgery nonsense. The funny caption from ayyyy.com: The new Scrabble Body Board Paris Hilton edition is the perfect size for children! Coming soon: the Heidi Montag Bangin’ Bosoms Board for expert wordsmiths who need more real estate. For more of my posts on Paris Hilton, click the following links: wonky eyelid surgery, plastic surgery is "sleazy" Thanks for reading.Michigan-based Plastic SurgeonAnthony Youn, M.D.Share
Source: Celebrity Cosmetic Surgery - July 22, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: Dr. Tony Youn Source Type: blogs
“Twilight”-Inspired Plastic Surgery: A “Vampire” Facelift?
I first saw mention of the “vampire facelift” two weeks ago as a news article listed in the July 9th issue of the Plastic Surgery SmartBrief: “Vampire facelift” uses patient’s platelets and fibrin in dermal filler.” The article begins: Instead of a traditional facelift, patients are being offered another option to get rid of wrinkles. It’s called Selphyl or the “vampire facelift,” and it uses a person’s own blood to sculpt the face. Selphyl, according to the company’s website: The patented SELPHYL® System enables the safe and rapid preparation of an activated P...
Source: Better Health - July 22, 2010 Category: Health Medicine and Bioethics Commentators Authors: DrRamonaBates Tags: Better Health Network News Opinion Quackery Exposed Research Aesthetic Surgery Journal Cosmetic Surgery Dermal Filler Facial Plastic Surgery Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology Journal of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Kathleen Stegm Source Type: blogs
Oksana Grigorieva – Before And After Photos
Oksana Grigorieva is an odd... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit MyWebsite.com for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Source: Awful Plastic Surgery - July 22, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: The Staff Tags: Oksana Grigorieva check implants lip augmentation rhinoplasty Source Type: blogs
The Worst Implants of 2010
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Source: Awful Plastic Surgery - July 22, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: The Staff Tags: Erica Chevillar breast augmentation breast implants Source Type: blogs
When is a medical record not a medical record? When the Obama adminstration get's PC with it
If the roll out of 21st century health care could have been more poorly handled, I'm not sure how. From a slow bleed over the spring involving an ill-conceived re-imagination of American health care delivery by the Democrats we are now presented with statements from President Obama's electronic medical record (EMR) czar that a medical record does not have to actually reflect what your medical history is. Dr. David Blumenthal, the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, said in an interview with CNS news (see here) that patients can choose to omit procedures such as abortions, positive HIV tests, or oth...
Source: Plastic Surgery 101 - July 21, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: Dr. Rob Oliver Jr. Source Type: blogs
Botox in a Cream Form?
Can Botox be applied as a cream? Yes, if the company Revance Therapeutics has its way. They are currently testing a cream form of botulinum toxin to the crow's feet. I've heard that initial results are promising, although the product appears to be at least 2 years away from potential FDA approval. There are a lot of questions surrounding this product, such as: Should patients be allowed to take it home? What other applications are there? How long will it last?Here are my thoughts:1. I would be concerned with patients taking it home and mistakenly applying the cream to potentially harmful areas. What would happen if a pati...
Source: Celebrity Cosmetic Surgery - July 20, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: Dr. Tony Youn Source Type: blogs
Abortion, Third-Party Payer, and the Cost of Health Care
By Daniel J. MitchellA major problem with America’s health care system, both before and after Obamacare, is the fact that consumers very rarely spend their own money when obtaining health care. Known as third-party payer, this problem exists in part because government directly finances almost 50 percent of health care expenditures. But even a majority of supposedly private health care spending is financed by employer-provided policies that are heavily distorted by a preference in the tax code that encourages insurance payments even for routine expenses. According to government data, only 12 percent of health care cos...
Source: Cato-at-liberty - July 20, 2010 Category: Health Medicine and Bioethics Commentators Authors: Daniel J. Mitchell Tags: Government and Politics Health, Welfare & Entitlements Tax and Budget Policy abortion economics free markets Government-run healthcare health reform Obamacare Third-party payer Source Type: blogs
Teen lands tv role and starts plastic surgery regimen
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Source: Awful Plastic Surgery - July 19, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: The Staff Tags: Charice botox makes face less round Source Type: blogs
Brett Michael’s Ex Wife Kristi’s Weird Makeover
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Source: Awful Plastic Surgery - July 19, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: The Staff Tags: Kristi Gibson Brett Michaels lip augmentation rhinoplasty Source Type: blogs
A Facial Plastic Surgeon’s Thoughts on Megan Fox, Jenna Jameson, and Sophie Monk
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Source: Awful Plastic Surgery - July 19, 2010 Category: Plastic Surgeons Authors: The Staff Tags: Articles Jenna Jameson Megan Fox Sophie Monk lip augmentation Source Type: blogs
In Search of a Tattoo Artist
The next big thing coming up for me is additional surgery to finish my breast reconstruction. I delayed getting touch-ups and nipples for various reasons, but that didn’t diminish my desire for more attractive and normal breasts. I have been lucky though because I did work initially with great surgeons at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore and really have a well-placed and wonderful-looking set. Along with putting off the final cosmetic surgery, I have put off thinking about the nipple construction and tattooing that generally accompanies the finishing touches. So recently I have been searching out websites and other material to...
Source: Life with Breast Cancer - July 19, 2010 Category: Cancer Authors: admin Tags: Breast cancer community Breast cancer lifestyle Breast reconstruction surgery body image breasts cosmetic surgery Kathy-Ellen Kups Kathy-Ellen’s Breast Cancer Blog nipple reconstruction Source Type: blogs
Are you a DIEP Flap candidate?
The DIEP flap procedure has rapidly become the "gold standard" in breast reconstruction today. While not every woman is a candidate for DIEP flap surgery, many are turned away when in fact they needn't be. The most common areas of confusion include: 1) Previous Abdominal Surgery While some types of previous abdominal surgery can make the DIEP flap procedure impossible to perform, most of the time previous abdominal surgery really isn't an issue. Many women these days have had a previous c-section or hysterectomy. It is possible for these procedures to cause damage to the blood vessels needed for DIEP flap surgery, but ...
Source: Breast Cancer Reconstruction Blog - July 19, 2010 Category: Cancer Tags: diep flap candidate breast reconstruction abdominal complications hernia TRAM flap radiation bulging Source Type: blogs