Inferior Pedicle Technique with immediate Nipple-Areola Reconstruction As an Oncoplastic Procedure for Early Central Breast Cancer

Amir Ali Latief


reast cancer, according to national cancer institute, is the most common site of cancer in women in Egypt as it accounts for about 38.8% of total malignancies among Egyptian females; it is an important cause of mortality among women. For many women with stage 1 or 2 breast cancer, the combination of partial mastectomy and radiation therapy – together referred to as breast- conserving therapy is preferable to total mastectomy because breast conserving surgery survival rates is equivalent to those after mastectomy while preserving the breast. The goal of modern breast surgery is to cure patients with preservation of breast tissue as much as possible with satisfactory physical and psychological outcome. This goal has led to introduction of a new scope of surgery into our clinical practice called oncoplastic breast surgery, with the advantage of combining oncological safety and satisfactory cosmetic outcome. Oncoplastic breast surgery is based on three basic principles: ideal breast cancer surgery with wider excisions, immediate breast reconstruction, and immediate symmetry of the other breast whenever necessary. This is achieved through several techniques based on tumor location, characteristics of the breast, volume of mammary resection and clinical

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Other Titles جراحة العنق السفلي كجراحة تجميلية لإستئصال الأورام الخبيثة المبكره من وسط الثدي مع إعادة بناء الحلمة والهالة مباشرة
Issue Date 2017

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