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“Everything healed for a long time”: how Lyubov Uspenskaya’s hands were saved after Khaidarov’s plastic surgery

Date: May 26, 2024 Time: 06:31:50

In a recent interview with KP.RU, plastic surgeon Artur Rybakin told what deformities Lyubov Uspenskaya had after Timur Khaidarov’s operation.

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In a recent interview with KP.RU, plastic surgeon Artur Rybakin told what deformities Lyubov Uspenskaya had after Timur Khaidarov’s operation. And now at the disposal of KP.RU there were pictures with the help of which Rybakin schematically showed what Uspenskaya’s hands looked like after plastic surgery.

Arthur Rybakin said that after liposuction of the hands, he discovered two deformities in Lyubov Uspenskaya. The first complication in plastic surgery is called “telephone receiver”: in the elbow and armpit area, tissue volumes remained, and in the center – retraction.

Earpiece complication: Using the blue line, the doctor described what Uspenskaya’s hand looked like after plastic surgery.

Photo: personal archive

“You know what telephones used to be, in the shape of an arch. There was an “earphone” in both hands,” Artur Vladimirovich told KP.RU. – It is clear that such a deformation cannot appear after the hands of a doctor who has been doing such operations for decades. It’s more a lack of experience.”

The second complication that the singer had with her hands is called “bat wings” in plastic surgery.

Bat wing complication: Using a blue marker, the physician schematically outlined the area of ​​skin tension when the arm was raised.

Photo: personal archive

“After the plastic surgery, the scar went from her shoulders to her back, and when she raised her arm, she had a scar that looked like a bat wing,” Rybakin explained. — The work in the hands of Lyubov Uspenskaya was hard and complicated. It all lasted a long time. The fact is that the previously performed operation caused damage to the lymphatic flow in the area of ​​​​the arms, due to the compression of the lymphatic vessels by the scars. For this reason, his forearm was a little swollen all the time.

The second stage of the “correction” was an operation in the area of ​​​​the mammary glands, which Rybakin had to literally redraw.

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