Atlas of Breast Surgery by Jatoi I., Kaufmann M., Petit J.-Y.

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By Jatoi I., Kaufmann M., Petit J.-Y.

New advancements within the surgical administration of breast affliction surgical procedure day-by-day. New concepts for tumor resection, reconstructive surgical procedure, lymph node evaluate and plastic surgery are surfacing because of new calls for available in the market. The remedies are geared toward these sufferers clinically determined with breast disorder who desire caliber scientific remedy and require both wonderful aesthetic effects. this is often a global textual content that outlines the administration of either the malignant and benign illnesses of the breast. prime quality illustrations accompany the textual content to spotlight the most important elements of surgical ideas. An emphasis at the strategies that offer solid beauty results is the underlying topic of this article.

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12. The vacuum-assisted biopsy system shown in place, below the aperture in the stereotactic table Fig. 13. The surgeon or radiologist can rotate the thumbwheel of the vacuum-assisted biopsy probe, moving it to the correct position for the next biopsy sample, to allow multiple samples to be taken with just one breast incision Fig. 14. 2 Core Needle Biopsy 3 Fig. 15. Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) in a specimen obtained by vacuum-assisted biopsy Fig. 16. ru Diagnostic Procedures Chapter 3 Fig. 17.

Ru Diagnostic Procedures Fig. 12. The vacuum-assisted biopsy system shown in place, below the aperture in the stereotactic table Fig. 13. The surgeon or radiologist can rotate the thumbwheel of the vacuum-assisted biopsy probe, moving it to the correct position for the next biopsy sample, to allow multiple samples to be taken with just one breast incision Fig. 14. 2 Core Needle Biopsy 3 Fig. 15. Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) in a specimen obtained by vacuum-assisted biopsy Fig. 16. ru Diagnostic Procedures Chapter 3 Fig.

8d). The gynecomastia can be treated with liposuction (Fig. 9a, b). The liposuction can be introduced either through a periareolar incision (Fig. 9c, d) or through a round block incision (Fig. 9e, f). For a man with a markedly enlarged breast, the gynecomastia is often best treated with a subcutaneous mastectomy (Fig. 10). This can be done through a periareolar incision or through an incision along the inframammary fold. The entire breast is removed, leaving a small rim of tissue immediately beneath the nipple–areola complex.

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