Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 24th, 2011
"Tumescent liposuction, a local anesthesia technique, and superwet liposuction, a systemic anesthesia technique, are the most common methods. The safety profile of both methods is excellent, but local anesthesia avoids the specific risks associated with general anesthesia. The most common complications of liposuction are contour irregularities and transient bruising," wrote...
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