Gynecomastia Establishing Etiological, Clinical Aspects and Surgical Management

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  •   S. Karti

  •   A. Jalal

  •   A. Chfiri

  •   A. El Harti

  •   M. Diouri

Abstract

Gynecomastia is a benign unilateral or bilateral increase in glandular tissue in men with significant aesthetic and psychological repercussions. In some situations, it might be a symptom of an underlying condition. The management of gynecomastia is mainly based on an extensive etiological analysis made of an exhaustive endocrine assessment, and a radical or conservative adapted treatment allowing to obtain the best aesthetic result.


Through literature review some clinical cases, we establish different etiological, clinical aspects and management of gynecomastia.


Keywords: Adipose tissue, gynecomastia, glandular, liposuction, mastectomy, round block

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Karti, S., Jalal, A., Chfiri, A., El Harti, A., & Diouri, M. (2022). Gynecomastia Establishing Etiological, Clinical Aspects and Surgical Management. European Journal of Medical and Health Sciences, 4(2), 7–9. https://doi.org/10.24018/ejmed.2022.4.2.1263

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