Cheng-Hung Chiu

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BACKGROUND In recent years, there have been reports of success with autologous fat grafting to the breast for cosmetic breast enhancement. However, the procedure is generally contraindicated in women who are underweight (body mass index [BMI]<18.5). OBJECTIVES The author sought to determine the safety and success rate of autologous fat grafting for breast(More)
BACKGROUND Previous reports indicated that self-reports of olfactory function are unreliable. The occurrence of measured olfactory dysfunction is approximately 20% in the general population and consistently higher than that of self-reported olfactory dysfunction. To further understand the frequencies of self-rated olfactory function in different age groups(More)
BACKGROUND Patients who were diagnosed with symptomatic capsular contracture or with safety concerns for the implant would be often reluctant to accept the operation of implant exchange, choosing instead removal without exchange or taking other options to rebuild their breasts. These patients may benefit from augmenting the overlying soft tissue of the(More)
Fat grafting can be used to correct age-related volume loss in the face. However, the degree of rejuvenation is difficult to be evaluated. The author sought to objectively verify the change in patients’ eyebrow position after fat grafting to the upper face. The charts of 175 consecutive patients who underwent autologous fat grafting to the forehead and(More)
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