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Published on May 6, 2015
Patients are so relieved at the idea of being free from the shackles of gynecomastia that they need to touch the gland that was removed during surgery. Sometimes only touching is believing. Dr. Caridi of the Austin Gynecomastia Center describes his technique for showing patients the glandular tissue that was removed from their body so that they can begin moving on with their lives knowing the gynecomastia is in the past.