High tension abdominoplasty 2.0.


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} }