liposuction


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Synonyms for liposuction

lipectomy (especially for cosmetic purposes) in which excess fatty tissue is removed from under the skin by suction

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Writing in the journal BMJ Case Reports, experts from the intensive care unit at Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust said they treated a 45-year-old woman with FES after she underwent liposuction on her legs.
Liposuction is a technique in cosmetic surgery for removing excess fat from under the skin by suction.
Records released under the Freedom of Information Act revealed [euro]4,562,524 was spent on liposuction and lipectomy procedures in public hospitals between 2009 and 2016.
He also conducted the liposuction without having the required competence.
Hadaegh has been a board certified plastic surgeon with extensive expertise in body contouring with liposuction Massachusetts for more than ten years.
Daniel Kaufman, surgeon with the clinic, states, "Our goal is to help you reach your goals, and we offer a wide range of liposuction procedures that can do that.
4) This means that in a 3-litre liposuction, subcutaneous fluid infiltration may amount to 3-9 litres, and this fluid volume requires special consideration from the point of view of anaesthesia.
Statistics released by the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (Bps) in 2013 recorded a 41 per cent rise in liposuction procedures.
Liposuction is for body parts where, no matter how hard one tries, one cannot shed fat, she pointed out.
Liposuction saw the biggest leap with 43 per cent more women - 3772 procedures - and a 28 per cent jump in men - to 554.
Frustrated he wasn't getting the flat stomach he dreamed of by going to the gym, Martin had PS4000 worth of liposuction - and lost more than a stone.
Liposuction, also called lipoplasty, suction lipectomy or liposculpture, is a cosmetic surgical procedure that vacuums out fat from beneath the skin's surface to reduce fullness in areas such as the abdomen, hips, thighs, knees, buttocks, upper arms, chin, cheeks and neck.
Summary: Liposuction, which treats areas of the body containing large quantities of fats, has become equally effective in both men and women.
Summary: UK cosmetic surgery rates increase and fat injections have become more popular than liposuction.