Researchers have found that a newly tested medical device, called "Sleeveballoon", mimics the effects of traditional bariatric surgery in rodents and produces impressive results on body weight, fatty liver and diabetes control, according to The Economic Times.
Rodrigo Alves is known as "the human Ken doll" because of his surreal, plastic-like resemblance to Barbie's beau. But he's now in danger of losing his carefully crafted nose after dozens of surgeries left him with infections and scar tissue so extensive he can barely breathe, according to Business Insider.
The Aesthetic Society announces it is developing a Patient App via support from Allergan. Designed to empower patients, the app will facilitate two-way doctor-patient communication and acquire essential data related to breast implant patients.
For anyone, a cancer diagnosis is a life-changing moment. For military beneficiaries within the National Capital Region, the John P. Murtha Cancer Center at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center serves as the focal-point of all cancer care, Fort Hood Sentinel reports.
What is the monetary value of changes in attractiveness achieved through rhinoplasty, as perceived by society? Researchers posed this question in a study published recently in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery.
MedShift announces it has entered into a five-year strategic partnership with BTL Corporate. The companies are teaming up to integrate their services to provide a compelling adoption model for Emsculpt, BTL’s body sculpting device.