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What Is Lipomastia
Type of Tissue: Gynecomastia comes from the greek meaning "gyne" meaning woman and "mastos" meaning breasts. it refers to abnormal development of large mammary glands in males. Although there may be many “causes”, most cases are idiopathic (no specific cause). Lipomastia refers to adipose tissue causing the breast enlargement. Differentiation of these conditions important because treatment may differ. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Sir, I am having lipomastia breast.Plz suggest me treatment of it both non operative & operative as i feel ashame of my large breasts.?
Explain lipomatic: Without knowing what it is, no one of us here could answer this. If it is a medical procedure or medication, ask the clinician who is recommending or prescribing it. Good luck! ...Read more
"Lipomatic"/diabetes: Forget about "lipomatic" - work on the diabetes. I presume the 50 year old with diabetes has not been carefully told how to care for her diabetes. She should see a dietitian and gradually rid herself of diabetes. YES, that should be the goal! Once that happens she will tell all her family and friends! ...Read more
Surgery: Being a teen is rough enough without this. Try to trim down as best you can -- there are many sports options for you and you owe it to yourself to find one you like and hit it hard. A surgeon or liposuction specialist can probably fix you up in the office. It'll help. Best wishes. ...Read more
I heard about a new way to suck fats called (lipomatic) , is it useful and is there any side effects?Thnx
Like any other : There are many devices with catchy names but they all pretty much do the same thing. This one does not create heat damage unlike laser or ultrasonic ones but again, this is liposuction and should be done by a physician who is well trained, know the anatomy, knows the limitations and is board certified in plastic surgery. Complications come from wreck less use. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I like to know if lipomatic (non incision fat reduction with syringe) is a safe and effective procedure?Would you recommend that or liposuction?Thanks
Am cancer survivor. In 5mths have fast bothersome growing lumps in r/l quad of ab. Sono:numerous benign appearing lipomata' should I insist on biopsy?
No: Fatty tumors are usually benign.Get a more detailed answer ›