Expanding liposuction practice poses new situations

Guttman, Cheryl
September 1999
Dermatology Times;Sep99, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p52
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Examines the issues that dermatologists need to consider when planning to add liposuction to their practice. Establishment of definitions differentiating between a `touch-up and `re-do'; Professional fees; Questions that need to be asked of liposuction candidates.


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