The oncoplastic reduction approach to breast conservation therapy: benefits for margin control.

@article{Losken2014TheOR,
  title={The oncoplastic reduction approach to breast conservation therapy: benefits for margin control.},
  author={Albert Losken and Ximena A Pinell-White and Alexandra Marie Lippert Hart and Alessandrina M Freitas and Grant W. Carlson and Toncred M. Styblo},
  journal={Aesthetic surgery journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 8},
  pages={
          1185-91
        }
}
BACKGROUND Reduction mammaplasty during lumpectomy allows more generous resection and minimizes potential for poor cosmesis as compared with breast conservation therapy alone. OBJECTIVES The authors assessed the benefits of oncoplastic reduction for margin status in patients with breast cancer by conducting a retrospective review of cases of tumor resection alone vs tumor resection with oncoplastic reduction. METHODS Patients with breast cancer who underwent lumpectomy performed by a single… CONTINUE READING
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