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MOC-PSSM CME article: Breast reduction.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: After reading this article, the participant should be able to: 1. Understand and describe the anatomy of the breast as it relates to reduction mammaplasty. 2. Appropriately evaluate a patient considering reduction mammaplasty. 3. Be familiar with the different procedures available for reduction mammaplasty. 4. Describe the common early and late complications following reduction mammaplasty and their management.

SUMMARY: The goal of this continuing medical education module is to present the preoperative assessment, formation of a surgical treatment plan and its execution, postoperative patient management, and identification and treatment of early and late postoperative complications in breast reduction surgery.

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