Pier Carlo Rassu

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BACKGROUND Oxidized regenerated cellulose polymer (ORCP) may be used for reshaping and filling lack of volume in breast-conserving surgery (BCS). The study aimed to observe both the aesthetic and diagnostic outcomes in patients with different age, BMI, breast volume, and breast tissue composition over 36 months after BCS with ORCP. PATIENTS AND METHODS 18(More)
AIM To confirm that oncoplastic approach to cancer is a fundamental part of modern breast conserving surgery also in a suburban hospital. MATERIAL OF STUDY The Authors used oncoplastic techniques in 60 cases including 45 first level and 15 second level procedures: they show some cases of conservative surgery and breast reshaping with upper, medial and(More)
AIM The aim of this paper is evaluate the use of oxidized regenerated cellulose in order to control breast symmetry, shape and volume reducing skin retraction after wide excision for the treatment of early breast cancer. MATERIAL OF STUDY The Authors describe a new procedure using oxidized regenerated cellulose polymer after 8 resections for breast cancer(More)
Oncoplastic techniques extend the scope for breast conserving surgery by combining an extensive local excision with a simultaneous reconstruction of the defect to avoid local deformity. If less than 20% of the breast volume is excised a level I procedure is adequate and can be performed by breast surgeon without specific training in plastic surgery. For(More)
AIM This study is a critical review of conservative office treatments of haemorrhoidal disease. MATERIAL OF STUDY Many are outpatient techniques proposed in current literature; several with small series, anecdotal ones or some ones yet abandoned for excessive morbidity (for example anal divulsion, dilatation and so on); among most used we describe(More)
Papillary lesions of the breast can be one of the most challenging aspects of mammary pathology because of a wide morphologic spectrum that may be encountered in these lesions. An unusual breast tumor has been first classified as "breast tumor resembling the tall cell variant of papillary thyroid carcinoma" and subsequently renamed "tall cell variant of(More)
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