Liposuctioning



liposuctioning lip·o·suc·tion·ing (lĭp’ō-sŭk’shə-nĭng, lī’pō-) or lip·o·suc·tion (-sŭk’shən)
n.
A usually cosmetic surgical procedure in which excess subcutaneous fat is removed from a specific area of the body, such as the thighs or abdomen, by means of suction.

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