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Conventional abdominoplasty technique require an extensive incision from one hip region to opposite hip region through whole of lower abdomen. But the endoscopic abdominol plasty enables us to do abdominol plasty through a small incision about 20 cm long only. The incision is deepened up to rectus muscle sheath. Once we reach the rectus sheath the abdomen skin and fat layer can be raised. Then introduce the endoscopic retractor to dissect up to umbilicus and then above the level of umbilicus up to xyphisterum by using the endoscope dissector. Then the rectus muscle is plicated using the endoscopic needle holder. The whole rectus sheath from xyphisterum upto umbilicus and again from umbilicus to pubic region is tightened. The excess lower abdomen skin and fat excisedown, the upper abdominal skin now lies over the Umbilicus. A small hole is made in the skin overlying the Umbilicus which is then brought out through the hole and sutured all around.


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