A prospective model of care for breast cancer rehabilitation: Postoperative and postreconstructive issues

@article{McNeely2012APM,
  title={A prospective model of care for breast cancer rehabilitation: Postoperative and postreconstructive issues},
  author={M. McNeely and Jill M. Binkley and A. Pusic and K. Campbell and S. Gabram and P. Soballe},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={2012},
  volume={118}
}
  • M. McNeely, Jill M. Binkley, +3 authors P. Soballe
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine
  • Cancer
  • Appropriate and timely rehabilitation is vital in the recovery from breast cancer surgeries, including breast conserving surgery, mastectomy, axillary lymph node dissection (ALND), and breast reconstruction. This article describes the incidence, prevalence, risk factors and time course for early postoperative effects and the role of prospective surveillance as a rehabilitation strategy to prevent and mitigate them. The most common early postoperative effects include wound issues such as… CONTINUE READING

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