Plastic Surgery of the Breast: Keeping the Nipple Sensitive

@inproceedings{Riccio2015PlasticSO,
  title={Plastic Surgery of the Breast: Keeping the Nipple Sensitive},
  author={Charles A. Riccio and Matthew R. Zeiderman and Saeed Chowdhry and Ronald M. Brooks and Shahrooz Sean Kelishadi and John Paul Tutela and Joshua H. Choo and David V. Yonick and Bradon J. Wilhelmi},
  booktitle={Eplasty},
  year={2015}
}
INTRODUCTION Since its inception, reduction mammaplasty has matured considerably. Primary evolution in clinical research and practice has focused on preserving tissue viability. Surgery involves preserving not only tissue viability but also function and sensation. The nipple serves as the sensate unit of the breast and is a valuable part of women's… CONTINUE READING