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|Abstract:||Brachioplasty seems very simple, and the surgeon, thinking that the removal of excess skin and fat is easy, is likely to find himself in trouble after surgery because of carelessness in diagnosis and in patient selection, and lack of careful surgical planning. The best way to avoid trouble in brachioplasty is to be fully aware of surgical technique and potential errors.|
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