A Minimally Invasive Technique for the Treatment of Acquired Nipple Inversion

Wiesman, Irvin M.; Dumin, Magdalena
June 2012
Plastic Surgery Practice;Jun2012, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p14
The article discusses technique available for the treatment of nipple inversion. It mentions a case study in which the disorder was acquired due to surgical treatment of gynecomastia in a young male. It also includes clinical conditions of gynecomastia and associated reasons for nipple inversion during its treatment. The underlying procedures for inversion treatment along with medical instruments utilized are also described. INSET: Recommended Reading.


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