Invited commentary| Volume 65, ISSUE 11, P1584-1585, November 2012

Commentary to ‘Asymmetric implants for breast asymmetry’

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      • Asymmetric implants for breast asymmetry
        Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic SurgeryVol. 65Issue 11
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          The indications, advantages, and disadvantages of round and anatomical implants have previously been described. The principles of biodimensional implant selection have been developed by several authors, where the objective choice of breast prosthesis for augmentation is based on the patient's breast tissues. This process has largely been applied to anatomical implant selection. We report a case of breast asymmetry, where we have applied the same concepts in the selection of implants based on tissue dimension.
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