I have uploaded my pics through picasa and all these pics are taken with room temp.The normal room temp in india will be 21 to 24 degree Celsius. These upload are taken from my mobile with 2mega pixel and i will try to get pics with higer pixel.
Please let me know if you advice me on this
here is the link below,
This should not be construed as medical advice. I am a retired Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
It can be quite difficult trying to understand contour problems when not seeing the entire pictures. That is what the Standard After Gynecomastia Pictures
was designed to demonstrate in as complete a method I could evolve. You put up 31 pictures but have only one of the views required for my patients when I was still practicing. https://picasaweb.google.com/112770336652099675588/Pics?authkey=Gv1sRgCI_9tLLruqXaqwE#5737029519993526706https://picasaweb.google.com/112770336652099675588/Pics?authkey=Gv1sRgCI_9tLLruqXaqwE#5737030166398745138
Yes, close up views can show scar issues, but you are missing the minimum standard series showing the different angles and muscle flexing.
We are not talking about volumes of pictures just the ones on that page plus any other specific ones that show additional concerns. At a minimum that should be those on that page. There is a check off box format and instructions that can be printed out. I did not use higher resolution images for my evaluations, they are of value when printing out images.
There are contour problems even with what you have shown.
Good documentation is the first step in understanding contour issues before and after surgery. Before surgery images can show the original problem. Scars and adhesion tend to show more with the dynamic muscle flexing views. Videos are even more critical in showing how tissues move, an issue for scars. If there are excess skin issues, then bending over views are useful.
Did the surgeon take before pictures? Did you look at examples of the surgeon's work before having the surgery? Do the results look like what the surgeon's other patients look like?
Revision surgery can sometimes be an option depending on remaining resources, scars, what was done. If liposuction was the only thing done, why are there long areola scars usually seen with gland excision?
Since retired, I will not be offering specific medical advice, but sharing general knowledge can be of value.
Hope this helps,
Michael Bermant, MDLearn More About Revision Gynecomastia and Chest Surgery