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Category: Tubular Breast

Tubular Breast With Augmentation

Posted On: May 18, 2017 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

I was presented with a female patient who requested breast augmentation surgery along with correcting what she called her “constricted breast.” During her examination, I found that she had a condition called tubular breast deformity. Tuberous breasts or tubular breasts are a result of a congenital abnormality. After listening to her goals, we agreed to […]

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Grade 3 Ptosis, Breast Augmentation Enhancement

Posted On: January 04, 2017 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

I evaluated a female patient who expressed that she wanted to lift the shape of the breast as well as increase the volume. During her examination, we discussed her slight tubular deformity and grade 3 ptosis. Grade 3 ptosis is where the nipples lie below the inframammary fold and point downward (see the pre-op photo […]

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Mild Tubular Breast Deformity

Posted On: June 01, 2016 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient to the left presented with a mild tubular breast deformity. Her preoperative photo shows a conical appearance to the breast and a poorly defined inframammary fold along the bottom of the breast. During her consultation, she expressed that she wanted to achieve more rounded breasts with fullness. After setting her expectations, we agreed […]

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TUBULAR BREAST DEFORMITY RECONSTRUCTION SURGERY

Posted On: November 13, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

The following patient is 18 years of age, who presented with her mother for severe tubular breast deformity. Components include decreased distance from the inferior areolar of the inframammary fold, hypoplastic lower breast, poorly defined inframammary fold and obvious herniation of breast tissue into the nipple areolar complex. She is an excellent candidate for a breast augmentation procedure […]

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Beverly Hills Severe Breast Asymmetry – Congenital

Posted On: February 27, 2014 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

This patient presents with severe congenital breast asymmetry.  Preoperative photograph shows right breast is a 36DD, left breast 36C.  Patient desired implants for reconstruction purposes as well as a breast reduction lift on the right.  She is one-week postop.  Notice the symmetry of the nipple areolar complex.  There is some upper pole fullness to the […]

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Tubular Breast Deformity, Severe

Posted On: September 03, 2013 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient presents with severe tubular breast deformity.  Notice her preoperative photographs showing conical appearance to the breast, poorly defined inframammary folds, flattening to the bottom of her breast (left greater than right) and pseudo-herniation of the nipple areolar complex.  The patient is an exceptionally good candidate for tubular breast augmentation/reconstruction with high profile saline […]

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Breast Augmentation to Correct Deformity

Posted On: November 29, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

TUBULAR BREAST DEFORMITY BREAST ASYMMETRY – SEVERE The below case is a patient who is 20 years old, presenting with severe tubular breast deformity on the left with severe breast asymmetry and right breast ptosis.  To reconstruct this young lady’s breasts in order to create a normal appearance, requires both different volume implants as well […]

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Severe Breast Asymmetry and Tubular Breast Deformity

Posted On: November 04, 2010 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients present to us with severe congenital breast deformities.  The next example shows a patient with severe breast asymmetry, and tubular breast deformity.  Notice on the right breast there is minimal breast tissue with pseudo-herniation of the breast tissue into the nipple areolar complex, no inframammary fold and blunting along the lower pole of her […]

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Tubular Breast Deformity Beverly Hills

Posted On: October 25, 2010 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients who present with tubular breast deformity are often very unhappy, not with just the size of their breasts, but actually with the shape.  The components of a tubular breast deformity include No.1, a poorly defined inframammary fold.  In other words, there is no fold along the bottom of the breast or it is not […]

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