High tension abdominoplasty 2.0.

Abstract

Traditionally, the primary goal of any abdominoplasty has always been to excise the central lower abdominal excess skin or pannus and plicate the abdominal fascia through a suprapubic incision. Unfortunately, this traditional abdominoplasty may often fall short of this goal: a scar that may ride too high; persistent skin and lipodystrophy at the pubis… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cps.2010.03.005

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@article{Rosenfield2010HighTA, title={High tension abdominoplasty 2.0.}, author={Lorne King Rosenfield}, journal={Clinics in plastic surgery}, year={2010}, volume={37 3}, pages={441-65} }