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Fat Bulges of Abdomen, Hips and Thighs

  • Fat Bulges of Abdomen, Hips and Thighs

Description of disability:

During the adolescent growth spurt, the rate of fat increase in girls almost doubles that of boys. It is marked by more and larger fat cells, and it is seen mostly in the gluteal-femoral area pelvis, buttocks and thighs and, to a much lesser extent, in the breasts. This general acceleration in body fat accumulation, particularly sex-specific fat, is attributed mostly to changes in female hormone levels. After adolescence, the accumulation of sex-specific fat more or less stops, or decreases dramatically, in healthy-weight women, and there is usually no further increase in the number of fat cells.

Treatment:

Tumescent liposuction is usually done for these problems.

Post operative care:

Ice packs for 48 hours, and rest of part for a week is advised.


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