Short Scar Mastopexy with L-Scar

  • Marzia SalgarelloEmail author
  • Giuseppe Visconti


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Breast reduction Mastopexy J-scar Short-scar mammaplasty 



The authors thank Antonia Conti, Medical Artist, for her invaluable and restless work done with passion and commitment. Her beautiful and high-fidelity illustrations are worth a 1000 times more than words.

Disclosure: We have not any interests to disclose.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Plastic and Reconstructive SurgeryUniversità Cattolica del “Sacro Cuore”—University Hospital “A. Gemelli”RomeItaly

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