Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Techniques for the General Surgeon
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This book covers an up-to-date review of advances in the management strategies for patients with breast cancer and their co-morbidities. Oncoplasty has become the standard of care for breast conservation surgery and can lead to improving aesthetic outcomes of breast cancer surgery, without compromising oncological outcomes. The goal of the text is to increase the competencies and performance of healthcare professionals involved in treating this patient population, which will ultimately improve the aesthetic outcomes, quality of life and overall survival of patients with breast disease and breast cancer. Written by experts in the field, chapters address a wide range of breast surgery techniques that help the general surgeon provide improved oncologic and aesthetic results for patients. The authors have detailed not only best practice for conventional procedures but also new and evolving techniques.
Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Techniques for the General Surgeon serves as a valuable resource not only for medical students but also for the general surgeon seeking to improve results in private practice and for professors learning and teaching new breast surgery techniques.
Concepts, Indication and Principles of oncoplastic breast surgery: fashion or necessity.- Topographic Anatomical Relationships of the Breast, Chest Wall, Axilla, and Related Sites of Metastases.- Imaging for Oncoplastic Procedures.- Measurement and Optimizing Cosmetic Outcomes for Breast Excisions / Factors influencing aesthetic outcomes of breast conservation surgery.- Quadrant by quadrant preoperative planning for oncoplastic resections.- Basic principles of breast surgery: Level one oncoplastic techniques.- Crescent mammoplasty.- Round Block or Donut Mastopexy.- Batwing and Hemibatwing Mammoplasty.- Grisotti Flap Mammoplasty.- Reduction mammoplasty Marking.- Superior pedicle oncoplasty.- Inferior pedicle reduction mammoplasty for reconstruction of tumor defects following partial breast resection.- V-mammoplasty.- Thoraco-epigastric pedicled flap for partial breast reconstruction.- Lateral Pedicle Mammoplasty.- Oncoplastic Breast Reconstruction: Extreme Oncoplasty and Spli t Reduction Techniques.- Skin reducing mastectomy - dermal sling.- Simple and Skin Sparing Mastectomy.- Total or Nipple Skin Sparing Mastectomy.- Staged Nipple-Sparing Mastectomy for Patients with Large or Ptotic Breasts.- Donut Mastectomy.- Technology assisted mastectomy: Robotic and endoscopic assisted mastectomy.- Goldilocks Mastectomy.- Nipple Areola Complex Reconstruction.- Free Nipple Graft.- Subpectoral Implant-Based Breast Reconstruction.- Prepectoral Implant Breast Reconstruction: The Better Option?.- TAP, LICAP, SAAP and AICAP flaps.- Surgical Resection and Utilization of Fasciocutaneous Advancement Flaps for Locally Advanced Breast Cancer: THE CLOSURE.- Surgery Following Primary Systemic Therapy: How to Increase Breast Conservation Rate.- Using oncoplastic techniques to salvage poor outcomes of breast conservation.- Oncological outcomes and safety of oncoplastic breast conservation.- Treating Complications of Oncoplastic Breast Surgery.- Education and Training in Oncopl astic Breast Surgery.- Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Techniques for the General Surgeon.