Abdominoplasty

Abdominoplasty Abdominoplasty Definition: a surgery used to remove fatty tissues and tighten the skin of the middle and lower abdomen area.

Abdominoplasty: A more invasive procedure than liposuction, an abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck, is a surgery used to remove fatty tissues and tighten the skin of the middle and lower abdomen area.


Abdominoplasty - Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Know If I’ve Built Up an Opioid Dependence?
28 mar
How Do I Know If I’ve Built Up an Opioid Dependence?

Opioid addiction in this country has reached epidemic proportions. The first wave of opioid overdose deaths began in the 1990s when these highly-addictive painkillers became more widely prescribed. However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were six times more overdose deaths involving opioids in 2017 than in 1999. The problem

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Is a Misdiagnosis Considered Malpractice?
29 mar
Is a Misdiagnosis Considered Malpractice?

When a doctor fails to diagnose a serious medical condition or diagnoses you with the wrong ailment, serious complications can result. You might receive the wrong treatment or no treatment at all. Meanwhile, your condition goes untreated, often worsening inside you. When you finally receive the proper diagnosis, the condition is often much more difficult

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Abdominoplasty - News Articles

Pennsylvania Jury Finds Doctor and Hospital Liable for Medical Malpractice; Awards Family $40.3 Million
06 jun
Pennsylvania Jury Finds Doctor and Hospital Liable for Medical Malpractice; Awards Family $40.3 Million

Kira Charlton went into labor on March 2, 2011 and was rushed to the Delaware County Memorial Hospital, located in Drexel Hill, PA. Charlton’s twins were deemed healthy throughout her pregnancy, but her doctors advised a cesarean section. According to a 2013 medical malpractice lawsuit, filed on behalf of the Charlton family, when she arrived

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20 mar
Jury Finds Texas Hospital and Doctor Liable for Medical Malpractice; Patient Awarded $43 Million

According to research conducted by John Hopkins University, 10 to 15 percent of the United States adult population have gallstone disease and around 800,000 operations are performed each year. The majority of patients suffering from gallstones do not require surgery, but the procedure is very common and statistically very safe. Billy Pierce, who is now

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