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Fat Transfer for Gluteal Augmentation: An Expert Video Roundtable Discussion Print
Jeffrey M. Kenkel, MD, FACS, Daniel Del Vecchio, MD, Simeon Wall, Jr., MD, FACS, Patrick Pazmino, MD 

Aesthetic Surgery Journal Open Forum, Volume 4, 2022, ojac053  

Background: The authors are pleased to present an expert video roundtable discussion on fat transfer for gluteal augmentation. The discussants include a panel of leading experts in aesthetic surgery, and the video roundtable was recorded live at The Aesthetic Meeting 2022 in San Diego, CA, USA. The panelists provide an overview of the current challenges, areas of research, and education being undertaken to improve the gluteal augmentation procedure, often referred to as the “Brazilian Butt Lift.”   

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Heavy Metals in Breast Implant Capsules and Breast Tissue: Findings from the Systemic Symptoms in Women—Biospecimen Analysis Study: Part 2 Print
Roger Wixtrom, PhD, Caroline Glicksman, MD, MSJ, Marshall Kadin, MD, Marisa Lawrence, MD, Melinda Haws, MD, Sarah Ferenz, BA, James Sung, MD, FCAP, Patricia McGuire, MD

Aesthetic Surgery Journal, sjac106  

Background: Breast Implant Illness (BII), as described in recent medical literature and by social media, describes a range of symptoms in patients with breast implants for which there are no physical findings or laboratory results that explain their symptoms.

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Impact of Capsulectomy Type on Post-Explantation Systemic Symptom Improvement: Findings From the ASERF Systemic Symptoms in Women-Biospecimen Analysis Study: Part 1 Print
Caroline Glicksman, MD, MSJ, Patricia McGuire, MD, Marshall Kadin, MD, Marisa Lawrence, MD, Melinda Haws, MD, Jill Newby, PhD, Sarah Ferenz, BA, James Sung, MD, FCAP, Roger Wixtrom, PhD

Aesthetic Surgery Journal, sjab417

Background: Breast Implant Illness (BII) is a term used to describe a variety of symptoms by patients with breast implants for which there are no abnormal physical or laboratory findings to explain their symptoms. There currently exists a difference of opinion among clinicians and patients concerning the diagnosis and treatment of patients self-reporting BII.

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