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    Liposuction is a procedure that can remove these fat deposits that are diet and exercise resistant and achieve a better-shaped body.

           Source: Cosmeticsurgery.com, 2009.

    There are various fat removal methods a surgeon can use to perform liposuction. These include the tumescent technique, Ultrasound Assisted Lipoplasty (UAL), and others.

           Source: Cosmeticsurgery.com, 2009

    -During Liposuction, fat is removed from under the skin with the use of a vacuum-suction canula (a hollow pen-like instrument) or using an ultrasonic probe that emulfsies (breaks up into small pieces) the fat and then removes it with suction.

           Source: United States Food and Drug Administration, 2002.

    -Patients may experience fatigue or discomfort after liposuction and are recommended to be driven home. Doctors will often prescribe some kind of antibiotic treatment to prevent infection.

           Source: United States Food and Drug Administration, 2002.

    - Doctors will use either local anesthesia, anesthesia injected with a syringe or pump into the targeted area or general anesthesia, which puts the puts the patient to sleep for the entire procedure. Local anesthesia is injected along with salt water and epinephrine, which reduces bleeding. It is also injected along with an oral or injected sedative.

           Source: United States Food and Drug Administration, 2002.

    -After the anesthesia is injected, the physician will make an incision in the area where liposuction will be preformed and insert a hollow tube called a canula, into the incision. This tube is about the width of a small pen. At the same time, the patient is fed liquid intraveneously to replace the loss of body fluids. 

           Source: United States Food and Drug Administration, 2002.