had surgery done in Tijuana, MX. I went to the ER a few days ago and it was determined that I have developed a seroma. Just was looking for a general/plastic surgeon in the area that would be open to doing a post op appointment and drainage of seroma. Thank you for you time and assistance
Need Seroma drainage please help will pay for appointment?
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Need Seroma drainage please help will pay for appointment
Seroma in buttock
I think it is best for you to call around to board certified plastic surgeons in the area. You can look at the ASPS or ASAPS websites for surgeons in your area. Good luck.
It is very difficult to assume the complications of another surgeon, your anger will be transformed from the original surgeon to the one taking care of the problem. There could be infection with bacteria common in that country , not here. results after seroma may be compromised, and will need further surgery to correct. Plus cost can be as big as the original surgery if no other complications occur. Surgery for chronic seromas is not uncommon. What was done in the first surgery is unknown.
Samir Shureih MD. FACS
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