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    Breast Implants Overview

    Breast Augmentation | Breast Implants | Plastic Surgery | Beverly HillsBreast implants plastic surgery ranks among the most sought after aesthetic procedures in the US today. Advanced surgical techniques and FDA approvals for highly cohesive implants have made the procedure both safer and more aesthetically appealing. Dr. Gary Motykie is a leading cosmetic surgeon providing this procedure to patients in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, and nearby locations.

    What is Breast Augmentation?

    Breast augmentation or breast implant surgery is a procedure desigined to increase the size, volume, and fullness of breasts. It involves surgical placement of saline or silicone based implants in the breast tissue to make the breast size larger and more proportionate to the rest of the body. While in most cases, breast implant plastic surgery may be performed for aesthetic purposes, but in some cases, the surgeon may recommend it for women who have asymmetrical breasts or who have lost breast tissue following a mastectomy.

    In some situations, the patient may not only need enlargement of breast size, but also lifting of heaving drooping breasts. The cosmetic surgeon may recommend breast augmentation in conjunction with breast lift surgery in such cases. Dr. Motykie will evaluate the patient’s breast anatomy and assess their innate aesthetic needs before suggesting the most appropriate treatment plan for his patients in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, and other areas.

    Choice of Implants

    One of the key decisions in breast augmentation surgery is to choose the most appropriate type and size of breast implants to meet the patient’s aesthetic goals. Both saline and silicone gel based implants have been approved by the FDA for women above the age of 18 and 21 respectively.

    Dr. Motykie will engage with the patient closely during the initial consultation and explain them the pros and cons of both options to help her make an informed decision. The size of implants usually ranges from 120cc to 960cc, and the shape can be round or teardrop. Choices of size, shape, projection, and texture of implants will also impact the overall outcome of the breast augmentation procedure.

    Surgical Procedure

    The surgeon may decide to perform breast augmentation under general anesthesia or IV sedation and local anesthesia. The choice of implants, the type of incision, and the placement of implants in the breast tissue are decisions that will be taken at the stage of treatment planning, in consultation with the patient. The procedure may be performed on an outpatient basis, but a few patients may have to stay overnight depending on their condition.

    The surgeon will begin the procedure by making a discreet incision underneath the breast crease, or encircling the areola. In some cases, the incision may also be made in the underarm or around the navel. Through the incision, the surgeon will sculpt a breast implant pocket to place the implant. Breast implant may be placed between the chest muscle and breast tissue or below the chest muscle. Following the adjustment of implant in its place, the surgeon will close the incisions with sutures. The recovery period for most patients may range from one to two weeks.

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    As Seen on Yelp – A Patient Testimonial by Layla D.

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    I realize the review I have written isn’t exactly brief as a yelp review ought to be, however when it comes to cosmetic and any other invasive procedure alike, I think it’s especially beneficial to have as much useful information as possible. I have written this review not only to express my complete and absolute appreciation of Dr. Motykie as a surgeon and doctor, but also for the benefit of others. I hope my first-hand experiences can help those prospective patients battling with indecision; the indecision of not knowing which surgeon to choose, and whether an invasive cosmetic procedure is for them. I hope I can simplify and shed light on the unknown and bring about a sufficient amount of confidence; for those persons who are dubious, and fundamentally afraid of that specific unknown. I really tried hard to articulate as best I could all the notable reasons for those particular decisions I’d made and highlight the individual aspects unique to this thing they call ‘Cosmetic Surgery’.

    Here We Go…

    Initially, cosmetic surgery for someone like me seemed a real improbability. I honestly never really considered it as an option. So, it still comes to me as a surprise, even to this day, that I have undertaken such a venture. I can’t express in words nor song, or even ‘verse’ how happy I am, that I went through with it in the end. I have no regrets other than the fact I should have done it years ago. So much of my life was wasted on worrying about a significant ‘thing’ that I could’ve indeed corrected so many years ago, but didn’t out of fear and ignorance. It certainly wasn’t excessive vanity that prompted me to undergo surgery. I am definitely not the archetypical female who strives for aesthetic perfection, beauty or attention (not that there’s anything wrong with that, all I mean to say is that “it’s just not me”). Who I am really is a fairly typical looking and modest person wanting the luxury of being confident enough just to be myself, whether it is in the workplace, my numerous endeavors or just out socially. So the decision to undertake cosmetic surgery wasn’t an easy one for me personally, nor was it a fickle one, especially in my choosing of Dr. Motykie as my surgeon. I spent a number of months researching him and other plastic & cosmetic professionals alike.

    I decided on Dr. Gary Motykie as my surgeon for three main reasons:

    1). His intelligence: Dr. Motykie is a board certified plastic & cosmetic surgeon (FYI- this is very important!). Not only is he academically brilliant, he has a high emotional aptitude, a social conscience for the sick and a sense of purpose for those who are considerably less fortunate. His undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering and his involvement in The Healing Curve Foundation suggest this. Dr. Motykie has also worked on the development of artificial organs and prosthetic limbs, and has helped in the rehabilitation of burns victims and cancer survivors. The first thing one must consider when contemplating surgery is finding not only a brilliant surgeon, but one you can trust. Someone is most certainly more trustworthy, when they carry with them a ‘moral compass’.

    2). His Artistic Edge: Of all the surgeons I have researched, Dr. Motykie certainly has an artist’s eye when it comes to aesthetics. I think more than anything, plastic & cosmetic surgery requires not only a great deal of skill, but an artist’s vision. You certainly wouldn’t hire a vocal coach who was tone deaf; neither would you hire a cosmetic surgeon who has no artistry. Dr. Motykie certainly takes an artistic approach to his surgeries. I think he truly is as close as they come to achieving that all important ‘Golden Ratio’. The very fact that he also performs many reconstructive surgeries, solidifies his skill-level, and ability in a achieving a highly desirable, and natural result (as can be seen with the many before and after pictures displayed on his website).

    3). His Drive and Determination: From what I had seen and read, Dr. Motykie is a person who cares deeply about what he pursues. It really does matter to him, whether he does a good job or not. You can definitely deduce, just how extremely ambitious he is with his drive and determination to do well in all aspects of his life. I believe that that is a really important characteristic when choosing your surgeon and something not easily found in most people, even those professionals that we’ll all have to rely on someday. You certainly don’t want someone who is or has become complacent or ‘static’ over the years and ‘rests on their laurels’ to be always good enough (especially in regards to invasive surgery!). Dr. Motykie is most certainly a ‘dynamic’ and ‘innovative’ individual; and clearly demonstrates this in his approach to plastic & cosmetic surgery. He is always evolving in his techniques and is at the forefront of any new and novel technologies that have been recently developed.

    So those are my fundamental reasons for choosing Dr. Motykie as my surgeon in the end.

    As for my journey throughout the entire surgical process…

    that being pre-operative to post-operative, I can confidently say that if it hadn’t been for Dr. Motykie and his team, I wouldn’t have gone through with what I eventually did. Having those procedures that I truly wanted and felt I needed. I will try to outline as best as I can, what I personally experienced.

    1). The Initial Consultation: From the moment I arrived at Dr. Motykie’s office, I immediately felt comfortable. I was welcomed by a warm and friendly staff that I could see were genuinely dedicated to the support of their clientele; helping them feel at ease wherever possible, and bringing about a sense of calm pending their upcoming procedures and post-operative care. I will admit though, there was a little wait when it came to actually seeing Dr. Motykie ‘in the flesh’, however in this case, I think that very point is more of a positive than a negative one (which I know may sound a little nonsensical, lol).

    My reasoning is as follows… I cannot count the number of times when I have visited a doctor, and other professionals alike, and have been quite literally ushered out the door, almost as soon as I walked through it. These days, a lot of doctors seem to be incredibly ‘time-poor’ and ‘patient rich’. The result is a long wait and short consult, which at times can be very frustrating. I can understand time constraints and am quite willing to ‘wait my turn’, however when seen by a doctor, I would always hope to be conscientiously listened to, and examined thoroughly, even if that means I have to stick around a little longer. Dr. Motykie in my opinion was definitely worth the wait.

    Once he arrived for my consult, he was remarkably focused and attentive. He was willing to spend as much time with me as was necessary. He didn’t seem at all rushed or in a hurry, which made me feel so much more at ease about being there and in conveying my thoughts. He very graciously listened to all I had to say and answered all my rather extensive questions in such a simple, friendly and reassuring manner. He seemed genuinely enthusiastic about my pending procedure and was exceptionally comforting when it came to those ’embarrassing parts’ like ‘getting your gear off’ during the ‘pre-op’ physical examination.

    Another thing I noticed about Dr. Motykie during my consult was his genuineness. I didn’t feel at all like he was trying to give me the ‘hard-sell’ so to speak and he seemed quite conservative in his approach to what cosmetic procedures were necessary. He was all about achieving only the best and most natural result for me. So having walked out of my initial consultation with Dr. Motykie, I can definitely say that I felt a whole lot better about my pending surgery than when I had first walked in. So having said that, I was supremely confident that I had made the right decision in choosing Dr. Motykie as my surgeon.

    2). The Operation: Just like anyone else, I was really nervous about going under, especially for the amount of time I was to be out (about 4 hours I think). Upon arrival, I met with my surgical nurse. She was absolutely lovely and made me feel relaxed instantly. You could definitely tell she had been doing this a long time and just exuded experience. She double-checked what procedures I was having and helped me prepare. Dr. Motykie also checked in on me just before I was led into surgical theatre to make the necessary markings and to see if I had any last minute queries. It was nice to be given the opportunity to put any final concerns to rest and to have that last little bit of reassurance from my surgeon.

    In the operating room I had the pleasure of meeting my anesthesiologist, whom I had spoken to the previous night regarding my surgery. He was also very pleasant. He chatted to me about various things, indeed in a gallant effort to divert my attention from the I.V he was inserting into my arm lol. From then on, it was ‘lights out’ for a while.

    My mother had accompanied me for my surgery that day and was anxiously awaiting the completion of my procedure. Before my surgery had actually begun, that is, just before I was put under by the anesthesiologist, Dr. Motykie was making his way to the operating room where I was situated and on the way there he passed my mum sitting in the waiting room. He stopped and warmly greeted her. He asked if there was anything she needed and would she like him to turn the television on for her while she waited. However, my mum politely declined, (as she planned to read a book on her kindle instead) and told me about the encounter a couple of days later; about how impressed she was by it (indeed so was I).

    The thing is, even though what he showed my mother was a very small type of kindness, it was a very simple kindness, one that seems to be quite scarce these days. I think most people are too busy to care about the little things anymore, which is really disappointing. Common courtesies like the type Dr. Motykie showed my mother are not often seen, so I thought it significant to mention. I have to say, I never expected that a busy plastic from Hollywood would be one of the rare few; to offer such a ‘kindness’. Especially now, with the ‘Pretentiousness Plague’ that seems to be afflicting the ‘modern day doctor’ lol. During my operation, the surgical nurse updated my mum about how I was doing. This action definitely meant a lot to me because it gave my mother significant peace of mind. And, after my surgery, both the anesthesiologist and Dr. Motykie spoke to my mother. They reassuringly conveyed to her that the surgery had been a success and that I was doing very well. I believe the communication exhibited throughout my procedure, by Dr. Motykie and his team was excellent. My mum can certainly attest to that!

    3). Post-Operation: To be perfectly honest, surprisingly, I didn’t feel that I was in a great deal of pain after my surgery. I think initially the worst pain I felt was from a ‘coffee-headache’. Obviously before an operation you have to fast, so no food, and painfully no coffee! I usually drink three coffees per day and had a splitting headache because of the lack of caffeine. Immediately after my procedure, the surgical nurse was kind enough to offer me a soft drink. I said anything with caffeine please and that sorted it right out lol.

    Previously, I had been under anesthesia only once before and had had a fair amount of nausea afterwards, however this time I had none. I was given a nausea patch and more than adequate pain relief medication for my initial recovery phase. I was also confident that I had been provided with the necessary therapeutic treatments to prevent any possible infections and blood clots. Invasive surgery is always a serious business. I believe all requisite precautions were taken by Dr. Motykie and his team. So I felt very positive about making a complete and healthy recovery after my procedure.

    Following my operation, I visited Dr. Motykie on three more occasions. The day after my surgery, a week later and then finally two weeks post-op. Again, on all occasions, I was warmly received and well-looked after by Dr. Motykie and his team. I would also like to mention though, something that happened on the final instance while I had visited Dr. Motykie.

    While I was awaiting my appointment, I had overheard a particularly ‘nervy’ lady speaking to one of the front receptionists. She expressed some minor worries that she had had and explained that she did not have an appointment that day. However, she still hoped to see Dr. Motykie with her reason being: “He always makes me feel better”. Very sympathetically, the receptionist granted her request and promised she would ‘fit her in’. I think that statement really sums up Dr. Motykie’s ‘bedside manner’. That is, he is incredibly comforting and personable. During the healing process after an operation and especially in cosmetic procedures, it’s so important that stress levels are kept to a minimum. A doctor who makes a conscientious effort to reassure and alleviate any potentially ‘pernicious’ stresses and anxieties from his or her patient would be considered in my book, not only impressive, but more importantly: responsible and diligent.


    So, for those of you wondering what procedures I may have had, I’m sincerely sorry for not sharing that piece of the story. The thing is, I’m an extremely private person and a little on the shy side. Having said that, if I thought it would help at all I might reconsider, however I think in this circumstance, it’s really not relevant. The principal object that I wished to share with this review was my total candid account; to wholly explain the choices I made and to answer whether or not I was happy with them in the end. As you would have probably gathered by now, my overall experience with cosmetic surgery has been an incredibly positive one. It’s also important to note that my approach to such a consequential undertaking has always been as meticulous and pragmatic as possible. I am fastidious by nature and hope in this instance it was somewhat helpful.

    As Albert Einstein once said: “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler”. I hope I have made the decision of ‘who’ and ‘if’ in regards to plastic & cosmetic surgery a little easier; if not fairly ‘simple’ for whomever may read this.


    One last time, I would like to express my heartfelt appreciation for Dr. Motykie; for all you have done for me and I suspect for my life to come. I believe you’re a wonderful human being and have changed the course of my life. There are not nearly enough ‘Thank You’s’ I could give to you to respond in kind.

    I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank Maricella and Sandi, who were part of Dr. Motykie’s team. It was such a pleasure to have met you both. I will always be grateful for having you there by my side, during such a significant turning point in my life. There are also many others, like my surgical nurse, the lovely nurse who took out my stitches and the wonderfully diverting anesthesiologist. I wish I could mention everyone, however very regrettably and embarrassingly, I’m really bad at recalling names. I’m truly sorry about that, but hopefully you all know who are.

    Charles Bukowski said: “An intellectual is a man who says a simple thing in a difficult way; an artist is a man who says a difficult thing in a simple way”. I think this really sums you up Dr. Motykie. You take such a difficult process, like plastic surgery, and make it as simple as possible for your patient. You’re not only an artist in cosmetic surgery, but an artist in life. It was such a pleasure to have met you…

    Thank you…


    Layla 🙂

    Dr. Gary Motykie: Your Beverly Hills Breast Implant Plastic Surgeon

    Breast Augmentation | Breast Implants | Los Angeles | Beverly HillsBreast augmentation or breast implants is a plastic surgery procedure designed to enlarge the size of breasts to make them more proportionate and attractive. The procedure is typically performed on women with naturally small breasts or those who have experienced loss of breast volume. However, in some cases, breast implant surgery may also be performed as a part of breast reconstruction following a mastectomy.

    Dr. Gary Motykie is a leading Bevelry Hills breast implant cosmetic surgeon providing state of the art surgical procedures. Dr. Motykie strives to meet the unique aesthetic goals of each patient, and customizes the breast augmentation procedure in the best possible way. He receives patients from Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles and surrounding locations for breast surgery and other procedures.

    Using Principles of Art and Science

    According to Dr. Motykie, the best outcomes in a plastic surgery procedure such as breast augmentation can be achieved when the surgeon combines the principles of both art and science. He employs his sense of aesthetic art along with the most scientifically advanced surgical techniques to produce visually appealing as well as healthy and sustainable results in every case.

    This integrative approach to surgery ensures very high levels of patient satisfaction in every breast implant procedure Dr. Motykie performs. Results appear more natural looking, and more in consonance with the patient’s overall body appearance. Patients in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, and surrounding communities who are seeking breast augmentation from a reputed and experienced cosmetic surgeon may consult with Dr. Motykie.

    Education and Training

    Dr. Motykie completed his degree in medicine at the Northwestern University, and followed it with a degree in plastic surgery from the University of Texas. Here he had the opportunity to perform surgical procedures at a world class facility for cancer and burn reconstruction. Thereafter, Dr. Motykie went on to complete a fellowship in Advanced Cosmetic Surgery from Beverly Hills in 2004.

    For more than a decade, since the completion of his academic journey, Dr. Motykie has been providing state of the art solutions in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He sums up his treatment philosophy in the following words: “I focus on the human body as a whole in my practice. Rather than providing a ‘quick fix’ solution at the cheapest possible price, it is preferable to provide a quality procedure that will enhance healing time, outcomes, improve overall health and slow the effects of the aging process.”

    Awards and Honors

    Some of the major awards and honors that Dr. Motykie has achieved during the course of his career include the following:

    • America’s Top Plastic Surgeons, Consumer Research Council of America
    • Patient’s Choice Award, American Registry, 2009
    • American Medical Association, Physician’s Recognition Award, 2009, 2005
    • Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, 2011-12
    • Celebrate Life Foundation, Physician Recognition Award, 2007
    • Cambridge, Who’s Who Among Executives and Professionals in Healthcare,
    • “Honors Edition” of the Registry, 2007-12
    • “The Leading Physicians of the World” by The international Association of Plastic Surgeons

    Dr. Motykie is also the founder of “The Healing Curve,” which is a nonprofit helping patients who are in need of breast repair and reconstruction.

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    Dr. Gary Motykie: Your Los Angeles Breast Implant Plastic Surgeon

    shutterstock_155419640.jpgBreast augmentation or breast implant plastic surgery ranks among the most sought after aesthetic surgical procedures in the US today. Thousands of women receive this procedure every year with outstanding results, and enjoy an enhanced breast appearance, improved overall personality and greater self-esteem and confidence for years to come. The procedure involves surgical insertion of saline or silicone breast implants of a desired size to boost the breast appearance.

    When breast augmentation surgery is performed by an appropriately qualified and experienced cosmetic surgeon, it will make the procedure safer and produce outcomes that are very close or exceeding the patient’s aesthetic expectations. Dr. Gary Motykie is a board certified plastic surgeon providing breast implant and other surgeries to patients in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, and surrounding communities.

    Customizing the Procedure

    A plastic surgery procedure such as breast augmentation is highly customizable, and a skilful surgeon such as Dr. Motykie will tailor the procedure precisely in accordance with the unique needs of a patient. Careful choices must be made for each patient with regard to the breast implant type, size, shape, texture, and profile. It is also important to choose the optimal location and type of incisions and the placement position of implants to produce desirable results.

    As an experienced cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Motykie closely engages with the patient during the initial consultation process to understand her innate aesthetic needs, and also carefully evaluates her breast anatomy and overall physiological profile. He will prepare a customized treatment plan based on these individual inputs. The results with such an approach are typically best matching to the patient’s personal needs and aspirations. He receives patients from Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Los Angeles, and nearby areas.

    Academic Background

    Dr. Motykie received an undergraduate degree in the challenging field of bio-med engineering, which provided him the opportunity to be involved in the development of artificial organs and limbs. He graduated with top honors, and went ahead to acquire a medical degree from the Northwestern University. Thereafter, he chose to specialize in the area of plastic surgery at the University of Texas. During this period, he performed surgeries at one of the leading cancer and burn reconstruction facilities.

    In 2004, Dr. Motykie obtained an Advanced Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship from Beverly Hills. Thereafter, he has been providing innovative and advanced plastic surgery treatments for over 10 years. What distinguishes Dr. Motykie from most other surgeons is his holistic surgical approach that focuses as much on health and sustainability of results as on beauty and aesthetics.

    Media Recognition

    Dr. Motykie has been featured in articles in leading national publications, including the LA Times, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. He has made appearances as a regular surgeon on major television shows such as the E! Channel’s Dr. 90201, Celebrity Plastic Surgery, The Doctors, Marie Show, Dr. Phil, MTV, VH1, EXTRA, ACCESS Hollywood, Inside Edition and the Discovery Channel’s Plastic Surgery: Before & After. He continues to share his expertise and knowledge through media engagements and other means.

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    Dr. Motykie Launches New Vitamin Line for Holistic Health

     New Vitamin Line 


    Board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Gary Motykie, has addressed a long-standing need of many of his patients by launching a new vitamin line. These safe and proven vitamin based supplements are aimed at supporting overall health and fitness for men and women seeking to improve their health, youthfulness, and aesthetic appearance.

    Dr. Motykie has ensured for all the products in his vitamin that they contain no yeast, gluten, soy, milk/dairy, corn, sodium, starch, artificial coloring, artificial preservatives/flavoring or genetically modified ingredients (GMOs).

    Fish Oil (30 soft gels) $25

    Skin Hydration & Elasticity

    Fish oils include Omega 3, which not only supports joint health and function, but also helps reduce skin inflammation occurring due to sun exposure and promotes hydration of the skin. Fish oils support vascular health, which enables an increased oxygenation of the skin and skin structures. This can help in minimizing sun damage and wrinkle formation and increase in skin elasticity.

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    Multi-Strain Probiotic (60 capsules) $30

    Immune & GI Health

    About 70 to 80% of the immune cells of the human body are present in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Studies have shown that multi strain probiotics can modulate an immune response through the mucosal immune system of the gut. A variety of GI diseases and allergies can be addressed with a treatment involving probiotics due to their anti-inflammatory potential.

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    Bromelain (60 capsules) $10

    Reduces Post-Surgical Inflammation, Bruising & Swelling

    Bromelain enzyme is present in pineapple juice and stem, and is known for its medicinal properties. It is used for reduction in swelling, bruising and inflammation that may occur following a surgical procedure. Bromelain also helps enhance the absorption of antibiotics, and supports the body’s natural process to get rid of excess fat. When combined with other ingredients, Bromelain may also help improve joint function and reduce pain in arthritis patients.

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    Calcium/Magnesium (90 tablets) $12

    Bone Health & Disease Prevention

    Bone health is critical to reduce the risk of fractures and osteoporosis. Calcium and magnesium are two essential building blocks that support long-term bone health. Calcium and magnesium supplements can help an individual to improve bone density and prevent certain diseases. Calcium and magnesium also aid in better absorption of vitamin D, which is necessary for bone health and disease prevention.

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    Multi Vitamin (60 tablets) $36

    Improved Energy & Cognitive Function

    Multi vitamin supplements provide essential dosages of several important vitamins, minerals and iron that support healthy growth, energy, vitality, and cognitive function. Two of the B vitamins, vitamin B12, and folate are required to maintain nerve impulse propagation. Furthermore, B vitamins are necessary to support the conducting function of nerves. Iron is essential for the development of oligodendrocytes and myelin producing brain cells.

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    Arnica – Coming Soon

    Arnica is a natural medication that can be applied to the skin to reduce swelling and pain associated with bruises, aches and arthritis. It can also address muscular pain, acne breakouts, and chapped lips. Superficial phlebitis or swollen and painful veins near the skin surface can also be treated with Arnica.

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