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Category: Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia: Does Marijuana Use Promote It?

Posted On: April 14, 2014 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

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: May 17, 2013 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Today is an unusual day in that we will be performing three out of four surgeries on men.  They will undergo gynecomastic surgery.  Two patients have significant gynecomastia with significant amounts of glandular thickened breast tissue in the retroareolar area and one of the males will also have lipo sculpting of the abdomen, hips and […]

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Total Male Makeover

Posted On: February 14, 2012 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

STATUS POST MASSIVE WEIGHT LOSS The patient to the left presents with massive weight loss, weighing over 340 pounds, having had a laparoscopic banding procedure (gastric bypass surgery), lost over 140 pounds, now weighs 200 pounds even. He has massive amounts of skin from the chest area extending to the lateral breast and extending down […]

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Trends In Gynecomastia Beverly Hills

Posted On: June 28, 2011 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

We see patients weekly in my Beverly Hills practice who present with gynecomastia.  Many of these patients in fact are in excellent shape; however, they have significant gynecomastic tissue in the retroareolar region which is very thick glandular tissue which cannot be removed through diet or exercise.  Etiologies of gynecomastia can include the use of […]

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Posted On: September 22, 2009 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Gynecomastia is a procedure that Dr. Linder enjoys the challenge of performing.  Male gynecomastia is associated with increased defeminized tissue usually found retro to the areolar complex as well as fatty tissue that may be increased in volume from the infraclavicular, parasternal, inframammary fold to the anterior axillary line in men. It can be associated […]

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