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Makboul M, Abdelhamid M, Al-Attar G. Long Term Follow up and Patient Satisfaction after Reduction Mammoplasty: Superomedial versus Inferior Pedicle. WJPS 2017; 6 (1) :82-87
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1- Plastic Surgery Department, Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University, Egypt , plasticconsult@gmail.com
2- Plastic Surgery Department, Faculty of Medicine, Aswan University, Egypt
3- Public Health and Community Medicine Department, Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University, Egypt
Abstract:   (5186 Views)

BACKGROUND

Surgery for hypertrophied breast represents a challenge for plastic surgeons. The search for a good cosmetic breast has led to the development of many techniques. Objectives for reduction mammoplasty are to achieve elevated, symmetrical breasts, with round shape, good projection, small cicatrices that are not very perceptible, and a lasting result.

METHODS

This study was carried out on 60 cases who had done reduction mammoplasty from January 2009 to December 2014. All patients were examined and asked for late post-operative results and overall patients' satisfaction.

RESULTS

Long term projection and contour of the breast were more satisfactory among patients who had superomedial pedicle with a statistical significant difference. No statistical significant difference was observed between patients undergone either types of operations concerning breast symmetry, nipple symmetry and sensation. The mean score of satisfaction was higher among patients undergone superomedial pedicle than inferior pedicle.

CONCLUSION

The superomedial pedicle shows better long term cosmetic result in reduction mammoplasty.

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