Study finds using fat injections with gynecomastia surgery brings good results. Blog by A. Abraham Levin, MD.

In an August 19, 2015 study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, it was found that 49% of the subjects developed gynecomastia during puberty. Once thought of as a less common occurrence, the medical community is now recognizing that pubertal gynecomastia is “frequent”. The purpose of the study, however, was to determine what might be happening inside of the body to cause the condition in the first place.