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Liposuction of the back produces dramatic results. The fat on the back can be further divided into many areas:


This area is located just below bra. The fat in this area is a single subcutaneous layer, without a well-defined deeper fat compartment. When a tight bra is worn, it tends to bulge-out more prominently. Some women have an inherited tendency to collect fat in the infra-scapular back area. With increasing degrees of obesity the infra-scapular back can accumulate so much fat that the skin and subcutaneous tissue can bunch-up forming parallel rolls of fat. Tumescent liposuction with micro cannulas can remove this unsightly localized “bra-fat” and provide dramatic aesthetic improvement.


The skin on the back is especially susceptible to liposuction-induced hyperpigmentation of the skin surrounding incision sites. The number of incisions placed on the back is minimized. Trauma to the skin near an incision site can result in a dark mark known as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.


Postoperative care after liposuction of the back requires adequate coverage with super-absorbent pads, held in place with an appropriate torso compression garment. A high degree of external compression is not necessary for liposuction of the back. The motion of the torso during respiration, and other normal daily activities are sufficient to completely expel the residual blood-tinged anesthetic solution from treated areas overlying the rib cage. The application of absorptive compression sponges is accomplished in a fashion quite similar to applying absorptive compression sponges to the abdomen, or breasts.


The comparatively small fat deposits on the lower back are easily removed by liposuction.


Increasing obesity is often associated with an increasingly prominent accumulation of fatty tissue on the mid upper back. This area is known as the Cervico-Dorsal Hump or the Buffalo Hump. Liposuction of the dorsal hump is easily accomplished and patients are uniformly delighted with the results.


Posterior waist usually contains a significant amount of fat, however, it is often overlooked when the hips are treated by liposuction.

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