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Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews

Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews


October 13, 2011


Nanotechnology may offer safer implants

Akron, Ohio — Nanotechnology may be the key to developing safer breast implants, Medical News Today reports. » More


FDA OKs gel to stop blood flow during surgery

Washington — The Food and Drug Administration has approved LeGoo, a gel that allows surgeons to stop blood without clamps or elastic loops so that blood vessels can be joined. » More


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Liposuction helps prevent seroma after tummy tuck

Daytona Beach, Fla. — Plastic surgeons can help abdominoplasty patients avoid postoperative seromas by using a technique that incorporates liposuction, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. » More

Medical tourism mushrooms in South Korea

Seoul, South Korea — Medical tourism is one of Asia’s fastest-growing industries, and the practice is booming in South Korea — especially in the area of cosmetic surgery, Reuters reports. » More

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