Liposuction can remove fat from nearly all body areas and treat many non-cosmetic fat accumulations, including lipomas (benign fatty tumours) and gynaecomastia (fatty male breasts).
The tumescent form of liposuction involves injecting large amounts of a diluted solution into fatty deposits - usually including a local anaesthetic and adrenalin to shrink capillaries and prevent blood loss.
A small incision is made in the skin and a small tube connected to a vacuum is inserted into the fatty layer by the dermatologic surgeon. The fat is drawn through the tube into a collection system. – (HealthDayNews)
Liposuction can be safe
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