Use of the multiplane internal mastopexy for ptosis correction revision-augmentation mammoplasty

An interesting article by Umar Daraz Khan and Muhammad Riaz, stating that multiplane internal mastopexy can be useful in selected cases of revisionary augmentation mammoplasty. Read more below.
Use of the multiplane internal mastopexy for ptosis correction revision-augmentation mammoplasty
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Augmentation mammoplasty is a commonly performed procedure with a high satisfaction rate. Multiplane pocket was described for simultaneous internal mastopexy and augmentation using inframammary crease incision for selected primary and secondary mammoplasties. The use of the technique is presented with a larger experience for correction of ptosis in a patient presenting for revision surgery following subglandular augmentation mammoplasty.

A retrospectively collected data were analyzed using the Excel Spread Sheet. A total of 25 patients had multiplane augmentation with the internal mastopexy following augmentation mammoplasty in subglandular pocket. Data of 25 patients who had their revision surgery in multiplane were analyzed.

Multiplane internal mastopexy can be useful in selected cases of revisionary augmentation mammoplasty.

Read full article here: https://www.academia.edu/42885565/Use_of_the_multiplane_internal_mastopexy_for_ptosis_correction_revision_augmentation_mammoplasty?email_work_card=title 

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