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Background: The lipoabdominoplasty can lead to respiratory complications in the postoperative period becoming critical early clinical and functional evaluation of respiratory muscles, seeking to direct a more effective treatment, which can result in shorter hospital stays and lower spending on health in patients undergoing such procedures. Objective: To evaluate the correlation of regional distribution of ventilation system with thoracoabdominal diaphragmatic mobility in women undergoing surgery lipoabdominoplasty comparing preoperative, 10 ° and 30 ° DPO DPO. Methods: This is a prospective cohort study, which will be evaluated 30 women aged 25 to 55 years undergoing lipoabdominoplasty surgery without respiratory or prior cardiac comorbidities and body mass index (BMI) ≤ 30 kg / cm2. women smokers are deleted and / or a history of smoking more than 10 years and unable to understand the commands to perform the proposed methods. For evaluation of diaphragmatic mobility will be used high-resolution ultrasound with convex 3.5 MHz transducer. The evaluation of the regional distribution of ventilation thoracoabdominal system will be made using the optoelectronic plethysmograph (POE). The strength of the inspiratory and expiratory muscles is measured through a digital manometer connected to a nozzle with an orifice of 2 mm to reduce the closing pressure of the glottis. A portable spirometer is used for assessment of pulmonary function and evaluation of dyspnea will be used modified Borg scale. The data will be evaluated in the preoperative period, 10 days and 30 days postoperatively. Hypotheses: Patients undergoing surgery lipoabdominoplasty have decreased diaphragmatic mobility, strength and respiratory function, in addition to presenting changes in the pattern of regional ventilation distribution in torocoabdominal system in the postoperative period when compared to the preconditions surgery.