6 edition of The artistry of breast reconstruction with autologous tissue found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Stephen S. Kroll.|
|LC Classifications||RD539.8 .K76 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 376 p., 32 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||98051594|
autologous tissue: Self-tissue; generally understood to mean tissue from a host that will be grafted elsewhere in the body. Care guide for After Breast Reconstruction with Autologous Tissue (Ambulatory Care). Includes: possible causes, signs and symptoms, standard treatment options .
Autologous tissue flap breast reconstruction taken from the belly is also commonly known as “free tissue transfer,” or medically termed TRAM or DIEP flap surgery. With this form of breast reconstruction we replace the volume of your breasts immediately, in the same surgery in which your mastectomy is performed, using the fatty tissue from. What are patient satisfaction rates after implant and flap breast reconstruction? A study presented at the American Society of Plastic Surgery’s annual meeting shows women who choose to replace their existing breast implants with autologous tissue (flaps) are reporting significant improvements in their overall satisfaction with the breast reconstruction process.
Good breast reconstruction isn't just an operation; it's art. Competent surgeons can remove a breast. Rebuilding one isn’t as easy. It takes unique skill and experience to tailor breast reconstruction to each woman’s unique anatomy and needs, and doing so in an artful way. Your post-mastectomy chest is your surgeon's canvas and clay. Breast reconstruction is the rebuilding of a breast, usually in women. It involves using autologous tissue or prosthetic material to construct a natural-looking breast.
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Over photographs and custom illustrations demonstrate and compare the different techniques used in breast reconstruction with autologous tissue such as conventional TRAM flaps, free TRAM flaps, the extended latissimus dorsi myocutaneous flap, and the Rubens fat pad free flap.
Also include are chapters on immediate and delayed 5/5(2). Discussing the most current and pioneering techniques in breast reconstruction without the use of implants, THE ARTISTRY OF BREAST RECONSTRUCTION WITH AUTOLOGOUS TISSUE is the volume every breast surgeon has been waiting for.
Focusing not only on how to reconstruct breasts following mastectomy but. Discussing the most current and pioneering techniques in breast reconstruction without the use of implants, THE ARTISTRY OF BREAST RECONSTRUCTION WITH AUTOLOGOUS TISSUE is the volume every breast surgeon has been waiting s: 0.
Get this from a library. The artistry of breast reconstruction with autologous tissue: art and artistry. [Stephen S Kroll] -- Discussing the most current and pioneering techniques in breast reconstruction without the use of implants, THE ARTISTRY OF BREAST RECONSTRUCTION WITH AUTOLOGOUS TISSUE is the volume every breast.
Autologous reconstruction (sometimes called autogenous reconstruction) uses tissue -- skin, fat, and sometimes muscle -- from another place on your body to form a breast shape. The tissue (called a "flap") usually comes from the belly, the back, buttocks, or inner thighs to create the reconstructed breast.
The tissue can be completely separated. Get this from a library. The artistry of breast reconstruction with autologous tissue: art and artistry. [Stephen S Kroll]. Discussing the most current and pioneering techniques in breast reconstruction without the use of implants, THE ARTISTRY OF BREAST RECONSTRUCTION WITH AUTOLOGOUS TISSUE is the volume every breast surgeon has been waiting for.
Breast reconstruction with autologous tissue / Stephen S. Kroll. breast. It is this artistry that makes successful plastic surgeons stand out from their peers. It is this artistic aspect of breast reconstruction that this book addresses. Many books already exist about flaps, breast surgery, and breast reconstruction.
Breast Reconstruction with Autologous Tissue Art and Artistry Stephen S. Kroll Discussing the most current and pioneering techniques in breast reconstruction without the use of implants, THE ARTISTRY OF BREAST RECONSTRUCTION WITH AUTOLOGOUS TISSE is.
LD breast reconstruction has traditionally been viewed as an effective method of autologous breast reconstruction, with shoulder impairment reportedly being minimal and having insignificant.
Autologous reconstruction (sometimes called flap reconstruction) uses tissue -- skin, fat, and sometimes muscle -- from another place on your body to form a breast shape. The tissue (called a "flap") usually comes from the belly, the back, buttocks, or inner thighs to create the reconstructed breast.
Please use one of the following formats to cite this article in your essay, paper or report: APA. Cheriyedath, Susha. (, February 26). Types of Autologous (Flap) Breast Reconstruction. Autologous Breast Reconstruction.
Autologous breast reconstruction means reconstruction using tissue – skin, fat and sometimes muscle – from another place on the body.
The plastic surgery term for a piece of tissue like this is a flap. Pedicled Flaps. If the blood supply to the flap remains attached, it.
Different types of breast reconstruction include implants and autologous (your own) tissue. Reconstructions using your own tissue, like DIEP (deep inferior epigastric perforator) flaps and free ms-TRAM flaps reconstruct the breast using warm, soft natural tissue from a site on your body that has excess skin and fat, typically the lower abdomen.
A roadmap of the mastectomy and reconstruction journey, this book provides the comprehensive, unbiased details you need to make your own informed decisions about whether reconstruction is right for you. Looking for Answers About Mastectomy With or Without Breast Reconstruction.
The Breast Reconstruction Guidebook: Issues and Answers. The overall concept of autologous, or "own-tissue", reconstruction is transferring tissue from one area of the body to the site of the mastectomy. This tissue is then used to recreate a breast mound that appears as anatomically and aesthetically normal as possible.
The best-selling guide to mastectomy and reconstruction has been rewritten and updated. The 2nd edition of The Breast Reconstruction Guidebook retains all the comprehensive information, descriptions ad explanation of the original issue, along with new information about the lattest implant and flap reconstruction procedures, how to find a surgeon who specializes in these newer techniques and /5(26).
Breast Reconstruction with Autologous Tissue by Stephen S. Kroll,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The earliest documented cases of breast cancer is The Edwin Smith papyrus (3, BC) which details eight patients with tumours of the breast that were clearly distinct from the surrounding tissue ().Seen for many centuries as an incurable disease, early surgical intervention was often difficult and postponed for fear of shortening the life of the patient (); Galen [ AD] was one of the Cited by: What do I need to know about breast reconstruction.
Breast reconstruction is surgery to rebuild one or both breasts with your own tissue. This tissue is called a flap. The flap may be taken from your lower abdomen, upper back, buttock, or thigh.
The flap may contain skin, fat, muscle, or a combination of these. Breast reconstruction itself can basically be classified into three categories, including (1) implant- and expander-based breast reconstruction, (2) flap-based breast reconstruction (vascularized autologous tissue), a combination of both (flap and implant), and (3) breast reconstruction using fat grafting (non-vascularized autologous Cited by: Breast mound built using tissue "borrowed" from another part of your body.
Autologous Tissue with Implant Your plastic surgeon and his/her team will discuss these methods with you and counsel you as to which option is best suited for you based on your physical and treatment characteristics. If you're considering an SIEA flap, you may have to do research to find the surgeons and facilities that offer what you want.
Your doctor may be able to refer you to plastic surgeons who specialize in SIEA flap reconstruction. Tissue can be taken from your belly for breast reconstruction only once.