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Buttocks Augmentation

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Abstract

The authors focus on the treatment of buttock hypoplasia and discuss the basic anatomy of the region. Preoperative markings are described as well as the operative procedure. Postoperative care and potential postoperative complications are discussed as well as observed complications and the management of those complications. Special attention is paid to the postoperative care of sciatic pain that may be associated with the procedure. There is a comparison of buttock augmentation with implants to fat with specific reference to published data to that effect.

Keywords

Capsular Contracture Seroma Formation Gluteus Maximus Gluteal Region Compression Garment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Long BeachUSA
  2. 2.TustinUSA

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