When medical treatment is not effective, surgical removal of breast tissue
has been used to treat gynecomastia. Both liposuction and direct excision
techniques may be used. Gynecomastia surgery is generally safe, but as with any
type of surgery, risks and complications can include infection, bleeding, and
complications of anesthesia.
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