Dermatolipectomy of the Upper Arm

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      Patients presenting trophic alteration in the skin of their arms are usually those who submitted themselves to a weight loss diet that gave a fast result or who show the after effects of a specific disease. Exuberant skin and fat appear as a “fat pad” under the axilla or as a redundant fold along the posteromedial aspect of the arm when the limb is abducted.
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