Avoiding Complications in Gigantomastia.

@article{Kling2016AvoidingCI,
  title={Avoiding Complications in Gigantomastia.},
  author={Russell E Kling and William D. Tobler and Jeffrey Adam Gusenoff and J Peter Rubin},
  journal={Clinics in plastic surgery},
  year={2016},
  volume={43 2},
  pages={429-39}
}
Gigantomastia is a disabling condition for patients and presents unique challenges to plastic surgeons. Presentation can occur throughout different phases of life, and treatment often begins with nonoperative measures; however, the most effective way to relieve symptoms is surgical breast reduction. Because of the large amount of tissue removed, surgeons can encounter different intraoperative and postoperative complications. By understanding this disease process and these complications… CONTINUE READING
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