Partial breast reconstruction : techniques in oncoplastic surgery /

The new edition includes increased video/DVD coverage, new chapters on BRAVA tissue expansion, flaps, and increased detail on mega-filling the breast with fat. The book is published with a bundled eBook, which includes an image library so all the images can be downloaded.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Losken, Albert (Editor), Hamdi, Moustapha (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York : Thieme, [2017]
Edition:Second edition.
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Table of Contents:
  • Part One: Evolution of oncoplastic surgery
  • Fundamentals of oncoplastic breast surgery
  • Current approach to oncoplastic breast surgery
  • How to incorporate oncoplastic surgery into your practice
  • Part Two: Principles and considerations of oncoplastic breast conservation
  • Applied anatomy and breast aesthetics: definition and assessment
  • Breast-conserving therapy
  • Breast-conserving therapy: decision-making and anticipating the unfavorable aesthetic and functional result
  • Oncologic safety of the oncoplastic approach for breast conservation surgery
  • Improving the partial mastectomy deformity
  • Improving the quadrantectomy defect
  • Breast radiotherapy in oncoplastic surgery
  • Indications and benefits of oncoplastic breast surgery
  • Designing the oncoplastic operation
  • Timing of the oncoplastic reconstruction: immediate, delayed, and delayed-immediate
  • Psychosocial aspects of oncoplastic breast conservation
  • Part Three: Immediate partial breast reconstruction
  • Reduction techniques to optimize results
  • Reduction and mastopexy techniques with parenchymal autoaugmentation
  • Central defect reconstruction
  • The role of local flaps as volume replacement in oncoplastic reconstruction
  • Latissimus dorsi miniflap reconstruction
  • Endoscopic latissimus dorsi flap reconstruction
  • Omental flap reconstruction
  • Pedicled perforator flap reconstruction
  • Partial breast reconstruction using distant flaps
  • Part Four: Correction of the breast-conserving therapy deformity: delayed partial breast reconstruction
  • Classification and analysis of the breast-conserving therapy deformity
  • Rearrangement surgery
  • Correction of the breast-conserving therapy deformity using local flaps
  • Perforator flap reconstruction of breast-conserving therapy deformities
  • Local perforator flaps in oncoplastic breast-conserving surgery: the nottingham experience
  • Breast lumpectomy reconstruction with external vacuum expansion and autologous fat grafting
  • Fat grafting in the breast-conserving therapy deformity
  • Can implants correct a breast-conserving therapy deformity?
  • Part Five: Outcomes and future directions
  • Cancer surveillance after partial breast reconstruction
  • Complications and outcomes after immediate partial breast reconstruction
  • Outcomes and tumor recurrence after oncoplastic surgery of the breast: eighteen-year follow-up.