Anatomy of Liposuction of the Calf and Ankles

Unfortunately, fat calves often result from muscular hypertrophy. When performing liposuction of the calves the surgeon must have a lot of experience and be very careful to avoid causing dimples. For this reason caution must be exercised during liposuction of the calves and ankles. A 2-mm cannula with a vacuum that is not too high must be used (no higher than 0.6 at). After the operation immediate mobilization and the fitting of a compression girdle are advisable.

Anatomical Overview

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M. semimembranosus

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M.soleus

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Popliteal lymph nodes

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M.flexor hallucis longus

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M.gastrocnemius

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M.flexor digitorum longus

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Short saphenous vein

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M.peronaeus longus

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Long saphenous vein

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Achilles tendon

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  • uwe
    What are mons and ankels?
    2 years ago

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