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Seles, M; Huemer, GM.
Utilization of bilateral infragluteal flaps for correction of overaggressive gluteal liposuction.
Ann Plast Surg. 2014; 72(3):270-273 Doi: 10.1097/SAP.0b013e318269e4ab (- Case Report)
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Liposuction continues to be one of the most frequently performed aesthetic surgical procedures. Typically, good results can be achieved. However, this procedure is not without any associated risks, such as infection, embolism, or contour deformities. These deformities are a feared sequelae and can result from faulty technique and will lead to decreased patient satisfaction. Methods for correction are limited but include repeat liposuction, lipofilling, or lifting procedures. We report a case of bilateral massive contour deformity after liposuction that we corrected with a novel technique using pedicled infragluteal flaps combined with a gluteal lifting procedure. The corrective operation resulted in a definitive improvement of the gluteal contour with great patient satisfaction.
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