Benessere e malattia in medicina estetica. Il superamento di una dicotomia ed il ruolo del medico

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  • Francesco Massoni
  • Pasquale Ricci
  • Pierluigi Crusco
  • Lidia Ricci
  • Serafino Ricci

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https://doi.org/10.15168/2284-4503-11

Parole chiave:

Aesthetic medicine, ethics, definition of disease, duty of care, doctor-patient relationship

Abstract

The market for aesthetic medicine is constantly growing and, except “reconstructive” surgery that responds exclusively to the need to improve the appearance, it presents a number of legal, but also strictly ethical and professional questions. The aim of the authors is, through a literature review, to discuss whether it can still be possible to deal with an idea of aesthetic medicine extraneous to the concept of disease and, therefore, to re-evaluate the position of the aesthetic surgeon with its authoritative professional dignity.

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Massoni F, Ricci P, Crusco P, Ricci L, Ricci S. Benessere e malattia in medicina estetica. Il superamento di una dicotomia ed il ruolo del medico. BioLaw [Internet]. 26 maggio 2014 [citato 2 marzo 2024];(1):103. Available at: https://teseo.unitn.it/biolaw/article/view/839

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