Alternatives for Optimizing Outcomes in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery

@article{MBBS2012AlternativesFO,
  title={Alternatives for Optimizing Outcomes in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery},
  author={FRCS Mona P. Tan MBBS},
  journal={Annals of Surgical Oncology},
  year={2012},
  volume={19},
  pages={2327-2333}
}
Breast conservation treatment (BCT) is an accepted option for the treatment of breast malignancies. However, as suboptimal surgical techniques result in poor cosmetic outcomes, a plethora of operative approaches to prevent potential deformity has emerged in contemporary literature. Many of these procedures, referred to as oncoplastic breast surgery (OBS), depend on complex mammoplasty-type procedures, often with contralateral symmetrisation, and the frequent use of volume replacement techniques… CONTINUE READING
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