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breast augmentation using silicone implant with autologous fat grafting

P. levanM.D. , S. chatelain M.D. , J. El Khoury M.D. / 2 years ago / 1190 views
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This video shows the technique of composite breast augmentation using a silicone implant and fat transfer in order to reshape and aesthetically improve the breast medial contour.   Authors : P. levan M.D. , H. Chatel M.D. ,  S. chatelain M.D , J. EL Khoury M.D....

Immediate Breast reconstruction with expander and abdominal advancement flap

Nicolas Leymarie, Jean-François Honart, Benjamin Sarfati, MD / 2 years ago / 1201 views
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The  Plastic surgeons team of Institut Gustave Roussy (IGR) presents an immediate breast reconstruction with expander, retropectoral and sub-facial pocket and abdominal advancement flap. The skin defect due to the resection of the nipple and areola complex is corrected with the abdominal advancement flap. The reconstruction of the inframammary fold is performed using the hammock technique with one medial and lateral stitch, and a running suture in the lower border of the incision of the fascia superficialis.  ...

Extended TDAP flap (TAP flap) in breast reconstruction

Raphael Sinna, MD, PhD / 2 years ago / 1331 views
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The extended thoracodorsal flap allows pure autologous , implant and flap based or pure implant breast reconstruction. In this last case the flap is used like an ” vascularized “ADM to cover the implant. Fat grafting is often mandatory in all cases. Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic department CHU AMIENS Picardie Facebook :Amiens Plastic surgery department Insta: profsinna...

Asymmetric breasts correction by implants and unilateral mammopexy

Philippe Levan, MD / 3 years ago / 1421 views
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Breast augmentation in asymmetry may be complex. In this case, an increase in volume is carried out by two different sizes of round implant. The left breast which is more ptotic and large received a smaller one in association with a mammopexy with inverted T scars while the right hand received only a larger one without mammopexy....

INVERTED NIPPLE CORRECTION

C.Fenoll MD, A. Serre MD / 3 years ago / 2275 views
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An inverted nipple (occasionally invaginated nipple) is a condition where the nipple is retracted into the breast. Women and men can have inverted nipples. The most common causes of nipple inversion include: Born with condition Breastfeeding Trauma including  surgery Breast cancer Breast infections or inflammations Rare Genetic variant of nipple shape Gynecomastia Pregnancy Tuberculosis Major wheight loss Around 10–20% of all women are born with this condition. Most common nipple variations that women are born with are caused by short ducts or a wide areola muscle sphincter. There are three grades of inverted nipples : Inverted nipple Grade 1 refers to...

Breast Augmentation with Implants through Armpit

Dr NOEL W. MD, Dr ALMADANI O. MD / 3 years ago / 1094 views
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The transaxillary breast augmentation leaves no scar on the breast as the incision is made in the axilla whereby the implant is introduced. It is a suitable option for small areolas as is the case with this patient in the video. She also had a pinch test of more than 2 cm allowing for a sub-glandular implant. The assistant plays an important role helping lift off the breast with the lighted retractor. No drain was placed....

Superomedial pedicle breast reduction

Philippe Levan, MD / 3 years ago / 1684 views
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Superomedial pedicle for breast reduction. This technique offers a safe and predictable outcome for medium – large breast reduction....

STENCIL TECHNIQUE FOR AREOLA TATTOOING

Julien Pauchot / 3 years ago / 790 views
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A simple, reliable and reproducible procedure using a stencil for homogeneous tattoos with regular edges published in JPRAS open. More informations at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352587814000084...

Breast reduction: inverted-T technique with superior pedicle

P. Levan MD, R. Billon MD / Hôpital Saint Joseph Paris / 3 years ago / 3082 views
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The video demonstrates the preoperative markings and the surgical procedure for reduction mammoplasty with inverted-T incision and superior pedicle. Although avowed goals of this procedure are weight and volume reduction of the breast, aesthetic enhancement is often equally important....

DIEP thoracic vessels preparation

Authors : Rani Makhoul, MD - Omar Almadani, MD / 3 years ago / 1099 views
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DIEP flap is a free flap technique used for breast reconstruction. The flap is harvested by one team while another prepares the receiving site. The receiving vessels are often the internal mammary (thoracic) arteries which run vertically behind the ribs near the sternum. This video shows how to access and prepare these vessels in a patient who previously had a mastectomy....

Gynecomastia surgical treatment without skin resection

Philippe Levan / 3 years ago / 1683 views
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The surgical procedure used to treat gynecomastia that is both glandular and fatty in nature with small or moderate enlargement and no skin excess (Simon stage 1 or 2a) combines both liposuction and resection. When liposuction is unsuccessful at removing all the tissue required to achieve a good result, the remaining tissue is resected through an inferior periareolar incision. Attention must be maintained not to over-resect the subareolar area. A cuff of tissue 1 to 1.5cm is left directly under the nipple areola complex....