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This patient came to us to discuss abdominoplasty and breast augmentation after three children and a subsequent hysterectomy. She strongly disliked her tethered scar after hysterectomy and had pain due to adhesions. She wanted to revise this scar and remove excess tissue in the process. She also had significant rectus diastasis, or separation of the abdominal muscles after childbirth. She felt that she had lost all breast volume after breast feeding and wanted to have a breast augmentation at the same time. We proceeded with both the abdominoplasty and saline implant augmentation. Six months later she was extremely happy with her new full breasts and has had relief of pain from her tethered hysterectomy scar.
Patient Age: 42
Implant Size Left: 390 cc
Implant Size Right: 370 cc
Implant Wall: Smooth Wall
Implant Placement: Submuscular
Implant Contents: Saline Implants
Implant Shape: Round
Breast Incision Type: Inframammary
Chest Measure Before: 36 inches
Chest Measure After: 36 inches
Cup Size Before: A
Cup Size After: D
Tissue Removed Left: 296 grams
Tissue Removed Right: 294 grams
Case Number: 210
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