Gynaecomastia Case Study 10

For men the chest area can be a very sensitive area aesthetically. In a tee shirt and light clothes some men feel that the presence of man boobs (MOOBS) which is the presence of excess breast tissue hinders there quality of life. Some patients lives are affected greatly by this and wish to have the … Continued
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Gynaecomastia Case Study 9

Gynaecomastia Case Study 9

This gentleman was concerned about the excess breast tissue in his upper chest. This tissue is often a combination of fat and breast tissue. The options include liposuction only and liposuction combined with direct excision. This gentleman opted for liposuction only and although there are some limitations a satisfactory result has been obtained. Patients do … Continued
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Gynaecomastia Case Study 8

Gynaecomastia Case Study 8

Male breast reduction is often considered for gynaecomastia where there is an excess of skin. Only be excising the skin can one reduce the volume, take away the excess fat and make the chest flat. One of the best ways to flatten the chest is to remove the nipples areolas as a graft, remove the … Continued
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Gynaecomastia Case Study 7

This gentleman has had a gynaecomastia reduction. He has shaved his chest preop and the postop images are taken at 3 months when his chest hairs have grown back. He had significant breast volume with excess skin and in this scenario direct excision is the best method of removing the excess tissue and giving a … Continued
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Gynaecomastia Case Study 6

This gentleman has previously had a gynecomastia procedure and liposuction performed elsewhere. He wished to achieve a further reduction in the tissue. The problem in revisionary cases is that there is significant scarring and liposuction alone will not achieve a significant reduction. Often patients do not wish to have additional scars and without removal of … Continued
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Gynaecomastia Case Study 5

Gynaecomastia that has been treated using bodyjet liposuction. In this case there was asymmetry preoperatively and although both sides have been reduced there is still some asymmetry afterwards.
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Gynaecomastia Case Study 4

Gynaecomastia reduction using bodyjet liposuction only. The scar for liposuction at 4 weeks postoperatively is shown. It often takes 4-6 weeks for all the swelling to settle.
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Gynaecomastia Case Study 3

Asymmetric gynaecomastia with breast tissue on the left. Liposuction was unable to completely reduce the breast tissue significantly at the time of surgery and it was necessary to open an incision around the areola and remove some tissue directly. Occasionally the tissue can be hard and fixed and liposuction only occasionally is not sufficient to … Continued
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Gynaecomastia Case Study 2

Reduction of gynaecomastia using liposuction. The patient also wished to have the areola herniation improved and this was done through a periareola incision.
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Gynaecomastia Case Study 1

This patient has mild gynaecomastia and has undergone bodyjet liposuction to remove excess fat from his breasts. The scars are placed in the armpit and are not visible from the front. It is important for patients to realise that not all fat can be removed through liposuction and that over time fat can return especially … Continued
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