Ultrasound mapping for BBL fatgrafting is a huge asset for further improving patient safety.
In this picture you see our Dr. Gomez Bravo doing ultrasound mapping which means measuring the thickness of the subcutaneous tissue at various reference points.
We like to compare this with creating a “nautical chart” which is enormously useful to the surgeon who wants to assure complete subcutaneous fat infiltration.
Since the thickness of the subcutaneous tissue, and therefore the possible recipient varies enormously from patient to patient, the usefulness of this technique for patient safety cannot be rated highly enough.
See Cirumed specialist Dr.Miguel Gomez Bravo explaining the process of ultrasound control before the procedure.
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