Breast Augmentation by Autologous Fat Injection Grafting: Management and Clinical Analysis of Complications

@article{Mu2009BreastAB,
  title={Breast Augmentation by Autologous Fat Injection Grafting: Management and Clinical Analysis of Complications},
  author={Dali Mu and J. Luan and L. Mu and Minqiang Xin},
  journal={Annals of Plastic Surgery},
  year={2009},
  volume={63},
  pages={124-127}
}
Autologous fat is an excellent soft-tissue filler, given its abundance and ease of harvest. Nevertheless, the technique is accompanied by postoperative complications such as fat necrosis, calcification, and sclerotic nodules. These problems directly influence surgical efficacy.Computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging was used to confirm the location of abnormal adipose tissue preoperatively. Depending on the characteristics of the lesion, the liquefied fat was aspirated or the… Expand
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