132(4) CME – Mastopexy – Video 6 - Mastopexy in the Massive Weight Loss Patient

Video Author: David Hidalgo, MD
Published on: 09.25.2013
Associated with: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 132(4):642e-656e, October 2013

This video demonstrates mastopexy in the massive weight loss patient. From CME Article, “Mastopexy," October 2013. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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