Fat grafting for alleviating persistent pain after breast cancer treatment: A randomized controlled trial.

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BACKGROUND Persistent pain is a common side effect of breast cancer treatment, affecting 24-52% of women after mastectomy. Recent studies have described analgesic effects of fat grafting in various settings. We aimed to investigate whether fat grafting had an analgesic effect on persistent pain after mastectomy and whether fat grafting had a remodeling… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bjps.2016.07.003

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@article{Juhl2016FatGF, title={Fat grafting for alleviating persistent pain after breast cancer treatment: A randomized controlled trial.}, author={Alexander Andersen Juhl and P. Staffan Karlsson and Tine Engberg Damsgaard}, journal={Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery : JPRAS}, year={2016}, volume={69 9}, pages={1192-202} }