When the necessary reduction is small the scar can be only one, around the areola. In the most accentuated cases, the scar around the areola is joined by a vertical that descends to the inframammary fold.
Finally, when the reduction is important (> 500g) in these scars if it binds a third, positioned in the inframammary fold. This last scar is called the inverted T. The operation takes place under general anesthesia.
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