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Reducing Infectious Complications in Implant Based Breast Reconstruction: Impact of Early Expansion and Prolonged Drain Use
IntroductionThe most common modality of breast reconstruction continues to be implant based, with infection being the most significant complication. Risk factors including radiation, obesity, andExpand
The Impact of Conflict of Interest in Abdominal Wall Reconstruction With Acellular Dermal Matrix
IntroductionConflict of interest (COI) and disclosure of financial relationships have received increased attention recently owing in part to the passage of the Physician Payments Sunshine Act, whichExpand
Burn management in sub-Saharan Africa: opportunities for implementation of dedicated training and development of specialty centers.
BACKGROUND In low- and middle-income countries burn injuries remain responsible for a large burden of death and disability. Given an annual worldwide incidence of almost 11 million new individualsExpand
Optimizing perioperative strategies to maximize success with prepectoral breast reconstruction.
Implant based reconstruction is still the most commonly employed method of post mastectomy reconstruction in the United States and internationally. Mastectomy techniques are improving, and adjunctsExpand
Surgical Correction of Breast Animation Deformity with Implant Pocket Conversion to a Prepectoral Plane
Background: Animation deformity is an undesirable outcome of subpectoral breast reconstruction that results in abnormal breast contraction with activity, breast pain, and increased implantExpand
Synchronous Breast Implant–associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma and Invasive Carcinoma: Genomic Profiling and Management Implications
SUMMARY: A 59-year-old woman with a history of cosmetic implants developed ipsilateral synchronous breast implant–associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) and invasive ductal carcinoma inExpand
Economics of Prepectoral Versus Subpectoral Implant-based Breast Reconstruction
PSTM 2019 Abstract Supplement B rast A bsracts and young adult patients with macromastia. However, little is known about the incidence, significance, or appropriate management of incidental abnormalExpand