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Posted On: April 23, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Breast Implants, Breast Revision

The patient to the right is status post augmentation mammoplasty procedure with high profile saline implants, who was involved in a blunt trauma where her right chest hit the steering column.  Notice that there is significant swelling of the right breast.  It is also engorged, enlarged and quite painful and she has developed scar tissue […]

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The Aesthetic Meeting 2014

Posted On: April 22, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Uncategorized

The Aesthetic Meeting in San Francisco is the highlight of our year as Plastic Surgeon‘s, as it delivers the education needed to ensure that we stay at the top of our craft, improve patient safety, and enhance our practices.  With over over 130 teaching courses available to choose from. I look forward to attend this […]

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Gynecomastia: Does Marijuana Use Promote It?

Posted On: April 14, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Gynecomastia, Uncategorized

Given the establishment of a booming marijuana trade, plastic surgeons in Colorado are beginning to wonder if mile high guys may see more patients asking about gynecomastia to see if they can rid themselves of the hated “man boobs.” Having gynecomastia surgery is not just ego. A guy’s fleshy chest can interfere with normal development […]

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Posted On: April 08, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Body Sculpting, Tummy Tuck

Interestingly, not a lot has changed over the last 30 years on tummy tuck surgery.  The gold standard is still a lower abdominal C-section-like scar which is extended all the way to the hips bilaterally. Notice this patient preoperatively has significant abdominal wall laxity, skin laxity and her muscles have been pulled apart, called rectus […]

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Posted On: April 01, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder Posted In: Uncategorized

  STATUS POST MAMMOGRAM TRAUMA – LEFT BREAST This patient presents with a very swollen and painful left breast that has endured a 10-month history of having had a mammogram and pulling on the breast with severe tearing of the left medial pectoralis muscle tendon and the inframammary fold. On examination, the patient has a […]

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