How Can Bad Problems from Early on ( and Maybe Experimental) Body Lifts Be Diagnosed?
- Asked by fiddledd in midwest
- 2 years ago
My lift is fit for a cadaver only. I believe my doctors were researching if medial thigh lifts could be incorporated into a belt lipectomy when they did my procedure. I read in their journal article that they tried this and it didn't work. They refuse to see me and tell me that I should seek other providers if I am experiencing problems which I am. It's been 10 years but I could only determine what must have happened about 2 years ago because there was so much contracture and buckling.
Medial thigh lift
Incorporating medial thigh lift and belt lipectomy is a common combination.
Without at least pictures and or examination (preferble) it is very difficult to advise you
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