Male breast reduction for gynaecomastia
Gynaecomastia (usually bilateral but sometimes unilateral), or excessive breast growth in males, can be due to a number of causes. Hormonal imbalance is a major cause commonly due to the onset of puberty or rarely, a hormone-secreting tumour (eg. pituitary or testicular tumour). Gynaecomastia can be a side-effect of certain treatments such as treatments used for prostate cancer or sickle-cell disease. Other drugs may cause gynaecomastia such as marijuana or steroids, but the most common cause is ‘idiopathic.’ This means that no cause is found. Gynaecomastia can cause psychological and emotional distress as men can feel unable to take their shirt off in public and often feel uncomfortable wearing T-shirts or any tight top that may show the contour of the chest.
Male breast reduction for mild gynaecomastia with no skin excess
Male breast reduction for mild gynaecomastia with moderate skin excess
Male breast reduction for severe gynaecomastia with skin excess
Male breast reduction for obese patients with gynaecomastia
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