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t^ The contours of the lower extremities are very well suited to liposuction,

^ in particular the deposits of fat on the lateral and medial sides of the thighs and the knees. Before the operation varicosity of the long and short saphenous veins and any lymphatic diseases must be taken into account.

The thighs must not be skeletonized, i. e., all the fat must not be removed, as this leads to a very poor cosmetic result. A sufficient subcutaneous layer of fat must be left.

As long as pure fat is appearing; the procedure can be continued without risk. When the fat becomes mixed with tumescence solution and finally only tumescence solution appears in the tube; the procedure should be ended in order to prevent skeletonization and the formation of dimples.

Liposuction in this region is shown in detail on the DVD.

Anatomical Overview

1.

M.pectineus

10.

M.gastrocnemius

2.

M.adductor longus

11.

M.soleus

3.

M.gracilis

12.

M.extensor diditorum longus

4.

M.sartorius

13.

M.peronaeus brevis

5.

M. rectus femoris

14.

M.peronaeus longus

6.

Long saphenous vein

15.

M.tibialis anterior

7.

M. vastus medialis

16.

M. vastus lateralis

8.

Patella

17.

M. tensor fascia latae

9.

Patellar ligament

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