Stephanie Kellersmann

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INTRODUCTION A paradigm shift in breast cancer was introduced by Sørlie's concept of intrinsic subtypes [1]. We validated this concept - which was originally based on 84 individuals - in a large cohort study of 1035 patients with oncoplastic surgery and analyzed if early and late recurrences are linked to a specific intrinsic tumor subtype or resection(More)
Functional and aesthetic outcome after breast-conserving surgery are vital endpoints for patients with primary breast cancer. A large variety of oncoplastic techniques exist; however, it remains unclear which techniques yield the highest rates of local control at first surgery, omission of reexcision or subsequent mastectomy, and merits the highest degree(More)
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