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Category: Male Plastic Surgery

Male Body Contouring Beverly Hills

Posted On: May 23, 2016 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

I was presented with a 23-year-old male who was looking to reduce the size of his chest and stomach area. During the consultation, we discuss the amount of glandular tissues behind the nipple areolar complex and his fatty tissue extending along the chest wall. His other concern was the lower abdominal area that was bothersome […]

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MALE BREAST REDUCTION SURGERY

Posted On: March 23, 2016 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Gynecomastia has been well-defined as “woman-like breasts” in fact it has been found in as many as 40 to 60 percent of men, and can occur in one or both breasts. Risk factors associated with gynecomastia have included decrease in androgen production or increase in estrogen formation. It can also be associated with hormones such […]

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Male breast reduction

Posted On: March 18, 2016 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Over the past year, I have seen an increase in the procedure gynecomastia. Gynecomastia surgery is a procedure to reduce enlarged male breasts. I believe the stigma for cosmetic surgery for men has disappeared, and men are excited to correct the size and shape of their breasts. To the left is an example of a  25-year-old male patient […]

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TRENDS IN GYNECOMASTIA

Posted On: October 23, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Gynecomastia is referred to as male breast reduction. It is associated with glandular tissue and fatty tissue found in the entire chest area. This extends from the infraclavicular, under the clavicle, along the parasternal to the inframammary fold and all the way laterally to the anterior axillary line. There are two different types of tissue that can be […]

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SUSPENSION TECHNIQUE FOR PANNICULECTOMY IN A MORBIDLY OBESE PATIENT

Posted On: March 10, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

ABSTRACT A simplified technique for removal of a large pannus is described. The case presented involves a 63-year old morbidly obese man (more than 500 pounds) with multiple medical problems. Complications encountered when operating on the morbidly obese because of the sheer size of the patient and the body part to be operated on are […]

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