Osmidrosis surgery is still recognized as one of the best ways to treat body odor, especially the liposuction assisted curettage due to the relatively small incision that does not leave any scars, which, nevertheless, may still cause many complications. One of the most common complications is the erosion of the skin flap, where the necrosis of the flap incision edge is about 4%.2 Therefore, physicians who perform such surgeries often observe varying degrees of manifestations, some of which are relatively common superficial erosions (Figure 1) and some of which are proportionately deep erosions.
Ho(2019). Preconditioning and postoperative hyperbaric oxygen therapy to reduce skin flap erosion after osmidrosis surgery. Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery : JPRAS, 2019 Jan. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30660468