Anthropomorphic breast measurement: protocol and results in 50 women with aesthetically perfect breasts and clinical application.

@article{Westreich1997AnthropomorphicBM,
  title={Anthropomorphic breast measurement: protocol and results in 50 women with aesthetically perfect breasts and clinical application.},
  author={Melvyn Westreich},
  journal={Plastic and reconstructive surgery},
  year={1997},
  volume={100 2},
  pages={468-79}
}
This paper presents a simple protocol for the measurement and evaluation of the difficult physiognomy of the female breast and the application of the protocol in clinical practice. The protocol includes measurement of the breast and its landmarks and their relevant position from fixed skeletal points. Volume was measured with the Grossman-Roudner device. The protocol provides a useful tool in the accurate evaluation of patients preoperatively and in the assessment of surgical results. The… CONTINUE READING