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Get rid of excess fat deposits, to get a slim figure – the dream of every woman (today, men are more and more committed to this). You can go on a diet or start going to the gym, but such measures do not always help. A more radical way – liposuction, removal of excess fat by surgery. How dangerous is such an operation? What consequences can it cause? These questions are constantly asked plastic surgeons.
Like any surgical procedure, liposuction carries certain risks. But before we talk about the complications, it is necessary to understand what an operation is to remove fat. Continue reading
Lipoma (adipose) is a neoplasm, which modern medicine refers to benign. It occurs in the fatty subcutaneous tissues and can be no more than a pea, and can grow to the size of a walnut and more. The reasons for its appearance can be hormonal disruptions, metabolic disorders, blockage of the sebaceous glands and other factors. Be that as it may, the lipoma on the back is primarily a cosmetic defect and, in its normal state, does not pose a threat to life. Continue reading
Today, the treatment of brain tumors, both malignant and benign, is increasingly used direction of radiation therapy, which uses high-precision radiation, the so-called stereotactic.
What is stereotactic radiation?
Stereotactic radiation as a radiosurgery area involves the use of high doses of radiation that act directly on the tumor. At the same time, healthy tissues located near the tumor are almost not affected, and pathological cells are destroyed. That is why stereotactic irradiation is also called high-precision. Continue reading