Bidimensional labia minora reduction

  title={Bidimensional labia minora reduction},
  author={H. F. Mayer and Maria Laura B. de Elizalde and Natalia Duh and Hugo D. Loustau},
  journal={European Journal of Plastic Surgery},
A number of techniques for reduction of hypertrophic labia minora have been described. Some of them involve just a wedge resection to shorten the vertical dimension of the labia minora. Nevertheless, labial hypertrophy encompasses not only the length but also the width. Attempts to reduce a wider labium by a large inferior wedge resection usually results in a thin ischemic superior flap, which eventually leads to dehiscence problems and even tip flap necrosis. On the other hand, the… CONTINUE READING
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