An “all-season” mammoplasty

  title={An “all-season” mammoplasty},
  author={Claude Lassus},
  journal={Aesthetic Plastic Surgery},
A reduction mammoplasty must produce a reduction in volume, a natural lasting shape, and minimal residual scarring. Many attempts to achieve this goal have been developed in recent years. The author described, in 1970, a vertical technique achieving an important reduction and a good shape but with the appearance of the end of the vertical scar below the brassiere line. In 1977, the author [3] modified the technique by the adjunction of a small horizontal scar to eliminate the inconvenience of… CONTINUE READING
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