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Frequently Asked Questions on Cellulite Treatment

03rd August 2012
Cellulite treatment using Cellulaze is an innovative and new treatment, and people have many questions about various aspects of cellulite reduction. If you wish to learn more about this breakthrough cosmetic treatment, then look at these frequently asked ... Read >
Author: Mia Alexander

Meningioma Brain Tumor –Surviving The Operation|Meningioma Brain Tumor Symptoms Call For Surgery|Bra

17th June 2011
A meningioma brain tumor I ask? How the heck did that happen? How big is it? Why have I got it? Is surgery my best option? Okay, then let’s do it! I re-enter the conscious world to hospital hustle and bustle after 5 hours of surgery, where I am aware of p... Read >
Author: Lynda Burke

CPT 2011 Freshens Up Your IP Catheter Coding Choices

30th March 2011
For intraperitoneal (IP) catheter coding, confusing terms such as 'temporary' and 'permanent' are archaic now. Read on and find out how CPT 2011 freshens up your options: Just-in code 49418 begins the IP catheter code changes Defined as a 'complete' ... Read >
Author: James Smith

Cpt 2011: IP Catheter Code Changes

17th March 2011
For intraperitoneal (IP) catheter coding, confusing terms such as 'temporary' and 'permanent' are a thing of the past. Here's how CPT 2011 freshened up your options: New code 49418 begins the IP catheter code changes Defined as a 'complete' procedure... Read >
Author: James Smith

The Advantages and Drawbacks of Liposuction

24th May 2010
Liposuction surgery is the most commonly performed cosmetic surgery in the United States. More than a quarter of a million liposuctions were performed last year. It can be an effective means of removing excess body fat in healthy people, but cosmetic surg... Read >
Author: Darrin Lowe

Understanding How Liposuction Works

19th March 2008
Liposuction, after 25 years, is still one of the most popular plastic surgeries. How it works, however, is not generally well understood. It is more than 'sticking a tube in and sucking it out'. The basics principles of flow mechanics apply At its simp... Read >
Author: Eppley Plastic Surgery
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