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Cosmetic Majoraplasty: labia majora reduction surgery

Labia majora reduction is a cosmetic procedure to reduce the size and volume of the outer lips of the vulva and is part of the many designer vagina surgeries available to improve the aesthetics of the female genitalia. Labia majora reduction indications The labia majora, like other parts of the body such as the face,

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Clitoral hood reduction surgery: hoodectomy.

Clitoral hood reduction, also known as hoodplasty or hoodectomy, is a cosmetic plastic surgery procedure to reduce the excess skin folds of the prepuce (clitoral hood). It is part of the designer vagina medical and surgical procedures available and it is often performed together with a labiaplasty, the reduction of the labia minora, in order

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What is a Designer Vagina? Vaginal rejuvenation and genital cosmetic surgeries guide

A “designer vagina” is a broad term that defines aesthetically pleasing and functionally impeccable female genitalia, and the medical and surgical procedures to obtain it. Sometimes procedures to enhance pleasure during sexual intercourse are included in this broad definition. Designer vagina refers to multiple anatomical structures in the vaginal region: Mons pubis, the round area

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Bichectomy: Buccal fat pad removal surgery

A bichectomy, also known as buccal fat pad extraction or Bichat’s fat pad removal, is a cosmetic plastic surgery procedure to remove fat tissue from the cheek and achieve a slimmer face while also enhancing the cheekbones, overall producing a more finely sculpted face. What is the buccal fat pad? (Bichat’s fat pad) The buccal

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How to fix droopy eyelid or eyebrow due to Botox?

What is droopy eyelid or eyebrow (ptosis) due to Botox? A droopy eyelid or eyebrow is one of the most common side effects of botulinum toxin type A injection (Botox®, Dysport®, Azzalure®, Xeomin®, Bocouture®, etc.). It occurs in up to 5% of patients when Botox treatment is performed by an inexperienced injector. When an experienced

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Nephrolithiasis: kidney stones symptoms and treatment

What is nephrolithiasis? Nephrolithiasis or urolithiasis is most commonly known as kidney stone disease. Kidney stones (a.k.a. renal calculi) are solid crystals that form in the urinary tract and are a common health issue; statistics vary among countries and in the US the lifetime risk of developing kidney stones is around 7% for females and

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HIV Rash – Characteristics and causes of skin rash in HIV+

What is an HIV skin rash? A skin rash is a skin condition characterized by redness of the skin, red spots or small red bumps on the skin, itchiness (pruritus) and sometime discomfort or pain. It can be both an early sign of acute HIV infection as part of the flu-like symptoms developing 1-6 weeks

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Doppler ultrasound exam and color doppler test

What is a doppler ultrasound? Also known as doppler ultrasonography, the doppler ultrasound is a diagnostic imaging test that uses high-frequency sound waves to show the blood flow through blood vessels in real time. It uses the same technology of a standard ultrasound exam, but applies to it the doppler effect, by having the sound

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Complete Abdominal Ultrasound Exam

What is a complete abdominal ultrasound? A complete abdominal ultrasound is a type of diagnostic imaging test that uses sound waves to look at the organs and other structures within the abdomen. A small probe handled by the doctor slides directly on the skin with the help of some gel. The probe, called a transducer,

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