Excess tissue that gives a feminine aspect to the male chest is surgically removed through an areolar or trans-areolar incision. The procedure is complemented, when necessary, by liposuction. In cases of pseudo-gynecomastia, or when excessive fat is the main cause of the deformity, liposuction only may be applied.
Gynecomastia should not be seen exclusively from a structural angle; the deformity is often accompanied by psychosocial disorders.
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