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What Kind Of A Doctor Performs Mastectomy
General Surgeons: Mastectomies are performed by general surgeons such as myself. This is most commonly done to treat breast cancer but it is an option to prevent breast cancer in high-risk women. Many women opt for simultaneous reconstruction; this is performed by a plastic surgeon.See 10 more doctor answers
Breasts removed: This is the technical way to describe the surgical removal of both breasts, most often performed because of cancer. Sometimes a woman will decide to have a bilateral ("two sides") mastectomy (surgical removal of a breast) if she is at high risk for developing breast cancer.See 1 more doctor answer
Not recognized Rx: As with many holistic/naturopathic they are not well studied and often fall short of their zealot supporters claims. A more clinical tried and true if Omental tansplant from the abdomin to the axillae
Talked to the doctor nurse on phone yesterday and she says that I would probaly be safe and do a partial mastectomy since there unsure what it is woul?
What prompted that?: If you have had an abnormal mammogram, a biopsy of some form is likely the next step. If you had a biopsy, the details of the pathology should be discussed with a general surgeon to determine your options for what, if anything, still needs to be done. Mastectomy of any nature (partial modified etc.) is usually for cancer.See 1 more doctor answer
Surgery: Removal of both breasts in male or female. Simple is breast tissue. Radical is more surgery with muscle and more nodes. Usually done for malignancy.See 1 more doctor answer
I made ultra sound and the doctor recommended biopsy I am 60, would it be better to have a mastectomy?
How does the doctor use the lattisimus dorsi for reconstruction of breast after a bi-lateral mastectomy?
Breast surgery: Three basic forms of breast reconstruction exist. You can use your own tissue, implants or a combination of the previous two techniques. Your own tissue can be used in the form of the diep flap, pap flap, sgap flap or fat grafting. Implants can be done in one stage or two stage. Two stage reconstructions are started by placing expanders at the time of mastectomy.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Prophylactic mastectomy is performed under certain situations. Once mastectomy is performed, there are various options for breast reconstuction. The most common method is tissue-expansion/implant reconstruction. Autologous breast reconstruction, which uses your own tissue, with or without implants, is another option. Not everyone is a good candidate for each option. Discuss with your surgeon.See 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Too many individual factors to give a blanket answer. Most time, radiation is added to lumpectomy patients and this can negatively affect subsequent reconstruction if needed. Both treatments are considered equal in terms or survival with a slight increase in local recurrence with lumpectomy.See 3 more doctor answers
Any advice? What size breast implant do doctors put in when reconstructing the breast after a mastectomy?
I have paronychia that is now a felon. On keflex x2 days not responding (neither is my doctor) it is on mastectomy side and I also take hydroxyurea.
Time: As long as you do not have redness extending beyond the digit I would give the antibiotics another day or two. Paronychias can lead to abscess development that require drainage. If you have redness extending beyond the digit then you should go to the er if your doctor is not responding.
General check ups: An oncologist is a cancer specialist who will examine the pateints and look for any local signs of recurrence in the breast (in case the breast was not removed with mastectomy) and also examine the chest area and the opposite breast. There are also blood tests, chest x-ray and ct scans to look for internal spread of cancer in the abdomen.See 2 more doctor answers
Yes we can: The best treatment for any early cancer is surgery, i. E. Cut it out! When the cancer is in the breast, patients have a choice to remove just the cancer (called lumpectomy) and save the breast with the help of radiotherapy to the remaining breast. Or opt for removal of the entire breast, which is called mastectomy.
Any doctor experienced in removing silicone breast injections in dallas, texas? I am seeking a bilateral mastectomy with cohesive gel implants.
Do I have to wait until my radiation treatments are over before I can get breast reconstruction? I wanted to get immediate breast reconstruction after my mastectomy, but my doctor says I need radiation and recommended I wait. Why? .
Breast Cancer: I perform immediate breast reconstruction on patients every week who will get radiation treatments. I prefer to perform the diep flap for patients who I know will get radiated because I can take care of your own tissue much easier than an implant after radiation. The only time I don't perform or delay the reconstruction is when the tumor is close to the chest wall and maybe difficult to check.See 3 more doctor answers
To all doc. If your patient had brst. Cancer twice. Mastectomy of both, was a past smoker, and now has pain r.Side, short. Of breath, fatigue. Xray? Ct? Orother
Severe depression and anxiety. Previously prescribed Prozac and Xanax to cope. No insurance and can't go to my personal doctor. Also was diagnosed with breast cancer, sarcoidosis, and adrenal gland disorder... Had a complete mastectomy about 5 years ago.
Free / sliding fee: I don't know what area you are from. But many communities have clinics which are free or sliding fee scale. You can google this for your area.See 1 more doctor answer
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