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ACTUALITY OF SURGICAL TREATMENT.


I am often asked about my attitude to liposuction, as a method of treating obesity.
It seems to me that a sensible woman is unlikely to climb under the knife (or a syringe, it does not matter) without trying to eliminate the very reason for the appearance of fullness.
After all, liposuction is not a method of treating obesity. This is a surgical correction of body contours due to the removal of fat deposits using a vacuum suction! It corrects the asymmetry of the body - when, for example, one buttock is larger than the other or with local forms of obesity associated with a violation of the contours of the figure. Most often in women, there is a “galliferous” deformity of the thighs, fat deposits on the inner side of the knee joint, deposits in the thigh, anterior and lateral surfaces of the abdomen. It is impossible to remove large amounts of fat, because with an incorrect metabolism, the lost fat will recover in another place. Very often, such operations are dangerous complications leading to disability and even death. The fat in such operations on large volumes and areas is usually unevenly removed. And then it also increases unevenly. As a result, after a year the surface of the abdomen may resemble a mountain range with numerous mounds and depressions.
As well as liposuction, lipotherapy is a means of correction, not weight loss. And it allows you to maintain the achieved results for many years - provided that a person does not gain too many extra pounds.
As you may remember, there is a type of obesity called hyperplastic. It is usually predetermined genetic and develops, as a rule, from early childhood. With this type of obesity, a large number of fat cells themselves (adipocytes) are laid down and when losing weight, only a decrease in the volume of fat cells occurs, but their total number remains almost unchanged. As a result, the fat cells, although sharply reduced in volume, form a small, but sufficiently stable, fatty layer that is not amenable to further conservative treatment. That is, even almost having achieved the desired weight, you do not get rid of any fat cells. They are dramatically reduced in size, but do not die, but continue to sit under your skin, waiting for favorable times to flourish again with unprecedented force. How to destroy these cells, get rid of them once and for all.
In this case, the “final chord of the entire symphony” of getting rid of fat can and should be liposuction. Destroyed fat cells can never recover again. In adults, in general, fat cells are not able to be updated - only their size changes.
However, some patients with alimentary constitutional obesity, wishing apparently to get rid of this problem in one fell swoop without any effort, are turning to a surgeon. And if earlier the surgeon, perhaps, would dissuade such a patient from useless and dangerous surgical intervention, now money decides everything. In some clinics, these operations have already been put on stream.
I consider the feasibility of such a surgical intervention - the method of despair. In some cases, the hopelessness of the situation of patients who have lost not only their ability to work, but also the ability to self-serve themselves, to complete despair and sometimes even suicide, makes them resort to this method of correction.
Diets and physical exertion are sometimes powerless with a drooping stomach in the form of an extensive skin fold (apron). Such an apron itself can interfere with life. After all, under it with constant sweating creates an ideal environment for the reproduction of microbes. Pustular and erysipelas develop. Here, only cosmetic surgery will help (abdominoplasty).
The help of the surgeon is necessary and justified in case of local, difficult leaving fat deposits in the area of ​​the waist, abdomen, on the back, on the hips.
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