Silicone Lymphadenopathy After Breast Augmentation: Case Reports, Review of the Literature, and Current Thoughts

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Silicone lymphadenopathy after implantation of silicone breast implants is a foreign body reaction due to the release or migration of silicone into the tissues surrounding the breast implant. For the study, 14 cases of silicone lymphadenopathy were identified from the authors’ files. Four patients had been implanted before 2000 and had various types of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00266-012-0025-9

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@article{Zambacos2012SiliconeLA, title={Silicone Lymphadenopathy After Breast Augmentation: Case Reports, Review of the Literature, and Current Thoughts}, author={George J. Zambacos and Csaba Moln{\'a}r and Apostolos D. Mandrekas}, journal={Aesthetic Plastic Surgery}, year={2012}, volume={37}, pages={278-289} }