Treatment of Small Post-Rectus Plication Seroma with Sclerotherapy?
I had a rectus plication 6.5 weeks ago and have a small seroma. It is being managed with weekly aspirations. However, if it doesn't resolve soon, my surgeon will institute sclerotherapy with tetracycline. I've been doing research and want to know if this is the most effective sclerosing agent. Have you used it in your practice with success or have you had more success with a different agent such as alcohol?