Gynecomastia Surgery

Gynecomastia (pronounced guy-neh-co-mastia) is Greek for women's breasts. The term was first coined by Galen, a second century AD physician. Gynecomastia is used to describe excess glandular and/or fatty breast tissues in man. It refers to enlargement of the glandular component of the breast, in reality for most patients, there is an excess of both fat and glandular tissue.

Gynecomastia comes in a variety of degrees ranging from very mild to significant enlargement, sometimes accompanied by sagging of the skin.

Disclaimer: Individual results may vary. Image above is for illustrative purposes only.

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