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The effects of surgically removing subcutaneous fat on the metabolic profile and insulin sensitivity in obese women after large-volume liposuction treatment.
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Surgical removal of subcutaneous fat by large-volume liposuction led to an improvement in insulin sensitivity and a decrease in glucose and uric acid concentrations in obese women. Expand
Modification of Insulin, Glucose and Cholesterol Levels in Nonobese Women Undergoing Liposuction: Is Liposuction Metabolically Safe?
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Liposuction is considered to be a safe surgical procedure from a metabolic point of view because it improves the levels of cholesterol, glucose, and insulin secretion and at the same time decreases adiposity. Expand
Combined gluteoplasty: liposuction and lipoinjection.
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A good result does not depend on a great amount of fat infiltration but rather on a harmonious way of combining both surgical procedures: fat elimination by liposuction and gluteus augmentation by lipoinjection. Expand
Buttocks Fat Grafting: 14 Years of Evolution and Experience
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Increasing the volume of fat infiltration in the buttocks has resulted in better contour results in the whole area, and distribution of that larger volume in more extensive areas and in different layers has decreased the index and number of complications. Expand
Reduction Mammaplasty with Superior‐Lateral Dermoglandular Pedicle: Another Alternative
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The authors present an easily designed and accomplishable technique that is applicable to patients with severe hypertrophy and gigantomastia and has a high security index, and the integrity of the mammary gland is maintained to the maximum. Expand
Lipoaspiration and Its Complications: A Safe Operation
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On the basis of these results, lipoaspiration continues to be a safe surgical procedure, but to maximally avoid complications, one should be mindful of all the factors that could predispose to them. Expand
Augmentation/Mastopexy: How to Select and Perform the Proper Technique
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It is possible to perform the combined procedure of mastopexy and implantation, to minimize the complications, and to obtain satisfactory results over the mid and long terms. Expand
Critical Differences between Microscopic (MIFE) and Macroscopic (MAFE) Fat Embolism during Liposuction and Gluteal Lipoinjection
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Although microscopic Fat Embolism and macroscopic fat embolism are pathologic conditions with high morbidity and mortality rates in association with liposuction and gluteal lipoinjection, few reports about them exist; therefore, the authors made recommendations based on this study for their diagnosis, prevention, and treatment. Expand
Improving Nasal Tip Projection and Definition Using Interdomal Sutures and Open Approach Without Transcolumellar Incision
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An approach similar to the open tip approach without a transcolumellar incision was performed and the management of the alar cartilages with multiple combined sutures was carried out, which results in a definition and rotation of the nasal tip which would be difficult using the closed technique. Expand
Strategies for Reducing Fatal Complications in Liposuction
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The 5 most important complications that can cause death in liposuction are easily preventable using simple measures and proper safety protocols that are described in this work. Expand
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