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PSC Case Files – Correcting Tuberous Breasts in Multi-Stage Procedure

PSC Case Files – Correcting Tuberous Breasts in Multi-Stage Procedure

In the latest PSC Case Files, board certified plastic surgeons Dr. Bruce Van Natta of Indianapolis and Dr. Bill G. Kortesis of Charlotte discuss a young patient of Dr. Van Natta’s who came into his office defeated by her tuberous breasts, a deformity that causes the breasts to be severely misshapen. The surgeons discuss the difficulty of such procedures, inevitably a situation that will require two stages. They detail why two procedures are necessary, as well as how rewarding the overall result can be for patients, notably young patients who just want to look normal.

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