Gynecomastia and excess fatty tissue in the chest.
Gynecomastia is the abnormal enlargement of the mammary glands in the man usually affects their self-esteem.
Gynecomastia and excess adipose tissue in Thorax region is often associated with obesity and increased hormones such as prolactin and estrogen.
The increase in breast size is usually associated with an imbalance between estrogen (the female hormone) and testosterone (male hormone).
Gynecomastia in patients with overweight is usually associated with fatty liver, increased uric acid and triglycerides.
Patients with prominent belly, usually have much intraabdominal fat. This promotes increased insulin levels, which appears to have an effect of converting testosterone to estrogen.
Decreased blood testosterone and increasing estrogen produce gynecomastia, decreased muscle mass, decreased sexual desire and sperm count.
Almost all men with gynecomastia have insulin resistance and low testosterone.
Studies that have to apply to a patient with gynecomastia are as follows
complete blood count, glycemia, uremia, complete lipid profile, blood hormone levels, ultrasound and mammography.
Dr. Ricardo Hoogstra treatment in patients with gynecomastia or excess fatty tissue in the thoracic region that includes nutritional education, a minimum daily physical activity and Lipomodelacion Laser fatty deposits in the chest and abdomen.
In some patients with very glandular breasts it is necessary to remove the gland surgically through a periareolar incision and sent for histopathological study.
This treatment leads to a better quality of life, the patient will not only look better, but it will feel better.
Surgical removal of glandular tissue, reducing localized fat deposits chest and abdomen, a nutrition education and physical activity achieved fantastic results in very little time as you can see in the videos.
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