Nonsurgical Breast Enlargement Using an External Soft-Tissue Expansion System

@article{Khouri2000NonsurgicalBE,
  title={Nonsurgical Breast Enlargement Using an External Soft-Tissue Expansion System},
  author={R. Khouri and I. Schlenz and B. J. Murphy and T. J. Baker},
  journal={Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery},
  year={2000},
  volume={105},
  pages={2500-2512}
}
Less than 1 percent of the women interested in having larger breasts elect to have surgical augmentation mammaplasty with insertion of breast implants. The purpose of this report is to describe and test the efficacy of a nonsurgical method for breast enlargement that is based on the ability of tissues to grow when subjected to controlled distractive mechanical forces. Seventeen healthy women (aged 18 to 40 years) who were motivated to achieve breast enlargement were enrolled in a single-group… Expand
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