This is a 38-year-old morbidly obese Harrisburg female who initially sought medical treatment from her primary care physician for symptoms from her lower abdominal pannus. She has recurrent intertrigo, recurrent fungal infections, pain, excoriation and skin breakdown in the inguinal regions. She had a gastric sleeve surgery and has lost some of the weight. Panniculectomy removes excess lower abdomen fat and skin. This is often a procedure insurance will deem as medically necessary for certain circumstances. There is no diastasis repair (no moving the abdomen muscles), thus the central bulging area of the abdomen would still be present after the surgery.More
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