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Patient # *96272

Abdominoplasty Patient # 2

 

Abdominoplasty

Description

This woman is 52 years old, 5’ 5” tall, and weighed 125 pounds prior to surgery. She disliked the appearance of the loose abdominal skin and the appearance her C-section scars following two pregnancies. Examination demonstrated irregular laxity and fat distribution in the lower abdomen: a depressed midline scar, a subcutaneous are of thickening and indentation to the left of midline, and a second vertical scar in the right lower quadrant. Her rectus diastasis was not severe. A high-lateral-tension abdominoplasty with umbilical transposition was performed; plication of the rectus muscle diastasis was performed above and below the umbilicus. Liposuction was also performed; 200cc of fat was aspirated from each side over the upper hip and waist, and 175cc of fat was removed from the upper abdomen. Post-operative photographs show her results eight weeks after surgery.

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