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Figure 3: (a and b) A 24-year-old patient with asymmetric breasts. (c and d) Preoperative suprasternal notch to nipple distance was 24.5 cm for the right breast and 22 cm on the left side and the new nipple was marked at 7 cm below the breast upper pole on the breast meridian (suprasternal notch to nipple: 18.5 cm). (e and f). She had 560 g removed from the right breast and 495 g from the left breast. The suprasternal notch to nipple distance lengthened about 0.5 cm as measured vertically and the nipple to inframammarian fold distance lengthened about 1 cm. The nipple seems to be in the most projected area of the breast due to the equable elongation of the superior and inferior distances in the postoperative period

Figure 3: (a and b) A 24-year-old patient with asymmetric breasts. (c and d) Preoperative suprasternal notch to nipple distance was 24.5 cm for the right breast and 22 cm on the left side and the new nipple was marked at 7 cm below the breast upper pole on the breast meridian (suprasternal notch to nipple: 18.5 cm). (e and f). She had 560 g removed from the right breast and 495 g from the left breast. The suprasternal notch to nipple distance lengthened about 0.5 cm as measured vertically and the nipple to inframammarian fold distance lengthened about 1 cm. The nipple seems to be in the most projected area of the breast due to the equable elongation of the superior and inferior distances in the postoperative period