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Brachioplasty After Bariatric Surgery

  • Franco Migliori
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Abstract

The increase of body contouring procedures after massive weight loss following bariatric surgery is astonishing: in the United States in 2004, almost 56,000 out of 140,000 bariatric patients underwent BC surgery, and in 2005, 100,000 out of 250,000 [1]. Even a neologism has been proposed: “bariplasty” [2].

Keywords

Bariatric Surgery Ulnar Nerve Body Contour Massive Weight Loss Bicipital Groove 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Plastic Surgery Unit“San Martino” University HospitalGenovaItaly

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