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Title Prepectoral techniques in reconstructive breast surgery / editors, Allen Gabriel, G. Patrick Maxwell, Maurice Y. Nahabedian, Steven R. Sigalove
Published Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, [2019]
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Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Contents The evolution of prosthetic breast reconstructions : from prepectoral to prepectoral utilizing the Bioengineered concept / Patrick Maxwell, Allen Gabriel -- The Science of ADM incorporation / Greg Christopherson, John Harper -- Guiding principles for oncologically appropriate mastectomies : NSM v SSM v RSM (breast surgeon) / Toni Storm Dickerson, Noemi Sigalove -- NSM mastectomy incisions / Noemi Sigalove, Toni Storm Dickerson -- Assessing tissue perfusion / Steve Jacobson -- The role of ADM and prepectoral reconstruction / Cole Brown -- Current Evidence in prepectoral reconstruction / John Hijawi -- Prepectoral reconstruction without ADM / Art Salibian -- The role of fat grafting and prepectoral reconstruction / Hani Sbitany -- Patient selection for prepectoral reconstruction / Allen Gabriel, Maurice Nahabedian, Sigalove, Maxwell, Storm, Nioemi -- Prepectoral reconstruction in the high BMI patient / Allen Gabriel -- Two stage prepectoral reconstruction using tissue expanders / Maurice Nahabedian- Allen Gabriel -- DTI prepectoral reconstruction with round implants / Michelle Roughton, Rafi Fredman -- DTI prepectoral reconstruction with shaped implants / Glyn Jones -- Anterior ADM engagement vs Anterior/posterior ADM engagement in prepectoral reconstruction? / Steve Sigalove, Gabriel, Maxwell, Nahabedian -- Prepectoral conversion (subpectoral to prepectoral) / Maurice Nahabedian, Patrick Maxwell, Allen Gabriel -- Delayed prepectoral breast reconstruction / Allen Gabriel, Maurice Nahabedian -- Prepectoral reconstruction and radiation therapy : the plastic surgeons perspective / Maurice Nahabedian, Sigalove, Gabriel -- Cancer surveillance following prepectoral reconstruction / Noemi Sigalove, Toni Storm Dickerson -- Complications associated with prepectoral reconstruction / Maurice Nahabedian, Allen Gabriel -- Postoperative considerations following prepectoral reconstruction / John Apsotolides -- Economics of Prepectoral Reconstruction / Scot Glasberg
Summary "Prepectoral techniques place tissue expanders under the skin on top of the pectoralis muscle. The tissue expanders are in essence temporary implants. Tissue expanders are left in place in this position during a recovery period of approximately two months -- during which the chest skin heals, blood supply replenishes, and the expanders are gradually inflated to stretch the skin. The patient returns for an outpatient surgical procedure to replace the tissue expanders with permanent breast implants. In addition to excellent cosmetic results, the technique is likely to improve clinical outcomes as evidenced by ongoing research that shows women who undergo this procedure experience less pain and a shorter recovery period"--Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from landing page (Ovid, viewed April 16, 2020)
Subject Breast -- Surgery.
Mammaplasty.
Breast implants.
Surgery, Plastic.
Mastectomy.
Breast Implantation -- methods
Mammaplasty -- methods
Pectoralis Muscles -- surgery
Breast Implants
Acellular Dermis
Mastectomy
Mastectomy
Breast implants
Breast -- Surgery
Mammaplasty
Surgery, Plastic
Form Electronic book
Author Gabriel, Allen, editor.
Maxwell, G. Patrick, editor.
Nahabedian, Maurice Y., editor.
ISBN 9781496388285
1496388283