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It is our belief that subcutaneous mastectomy often leads to complications, with poor results. In addition, because a considerable amount of breast tissue may be left behind, its value as a prophylactic operation must be questioned. Two alternatives are presented. In our experience, these lead to fewer complications with a more thorough removal of the(More)
Pseudoptosis, caused by skin laxity or by herniation of periorbital fat, can be remedied by the usual cosmetic blepharoplasty. If there is a concomitant mild senile ptosis due to levator weakness, however, we recommend levator muscle plication during the course of the blepharoplasty. While blepharoptosis of significant degree is best treated by resection of(More)