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What Stage Of Life Is Appropriate To Get A Breast Lift
Varies.: Understanding that many patients decide to have surgery when timing is not “ideal”, the ideal time to undergo breast lifting surgery ( in terms of helping to minimize the need for additional surgery) would be when patients have completed pregnancies, have achieved a long-term stable weight, are psychosocially stable, financially stable, and completely self-motivated. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What is the life expectancy of a person with osteosarcoma of the pelvis? Is that a really bad area to get a cancer?
Novo TTF: The fda (us food and drug administration) has approved a new treatment for patients as an alternative to chemotherapy. The promising new non-invasive treatment by novocure uses "tumor treating fields" (novottf) to treat cancerous growths and is now available for adult patients with recurring brain tumors (recurrent glioblastoma or gbm). This is latest for cancer rx check this out. ...Read more
Feel really out of proportion for my body. Is this too small to qualify for breast reduction surgery, what to do?
Seek consultation: Seek consultation with board-certified plastic surgeons to discuss your concerns. Breast reduction surgery tends to be one of the most patient pleasing operations for the appropriate patient. You should also consider the “downsides” of the operation, including the presence of scars. After careful consideration of pros/cons you will be able to make an informed decision whether or not to proceed. ...Read more
Find a good surgeon: Early breast cancer is managed by surgeons with help from radiotherapists and medical oncologists in most cases. But the first decision should be about breast surgery options - lumpectomy with radiation or mastectomy with or without reconstruction (any of these options may be followed with chemotherapy later. Find an experienced breast surgeon that you are comfortable with. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had cancer & had breast reduction during procedure. There is collegian build up under breast. What is the best way to get rid of collegian?
Scar Tissue is...: ...An inevitable and expected outcome after every operation. Your oncoplastic procedure likely "rearranged" the breast tissue, creating scarring in the area of the lumpectomy and below the areola, along the "inverted t". If you had radiation therapy, this will increase the scarring further. Best bet: ask your surgeon--depending on the timing, breast massage may help. ...Read more
Nonsurgical lift: If father time and gravity have taken their toll on your breasts, the only option to give a lifted look is to perform a breast lift. The addition of implants is solely based on the desire for more volume. The type of life will depend on how fallen the breasts are. A small lift can be performed around the areola (dark skin around the nipple). More fallen breasts will need a bigger lift. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I am going to get a breast reduction and would like to makemy belly smaller at the same time. Is just getting a panniculectomy done better for this type of procedure?
Depends: During abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) excess fat/skin is removed and abdominal wall muscles may be tightened. Panniculectomy only removes excess fat/skin bellow the level of umbilicus and the abdominal muscles are not tightened. Therefore decision between these procedures is based on what is the goal of the operation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can i know what is the stage of T2N, Mo(infiltrating ductal cancer) and can I get the explanation for this stage and whether it is serious?tq
Need N stage: Hello. Breast cancer, correct? T2 means that it is between 2-5 cm in size. N0 is that it is not in the lymph nodes. If it is N1, N2, or N3 it is in the lymph nodes. M0 means it has not spread outside of the breast or lymph nodes and that is EXCELLENT. When a patient has M0 disease that means that there is a chance for cure. Cure means that it doesn't come back after treatment. Best wishes. ...Read more
What is the quality of life for a late stages stomach cancer patient? Will they be bedridden? What about the pain?
No need to be !: Your question touched my heart. Goal: comfort and support. Nutrition, ensure or gastrostomy tube is important. There are muliple medications to control pain: tablets, liquids, patches, injections.. Measures to fight depression. Nursing homes, home health nurses. Family and friends... Faith in god, after-life, smile, good attitude. "stand up" keep the spirit. No bed-ridden till you can't. Thanks. ...Read more
Mammo: The tech will ask you to stand facing the mammo machine, and place one breast at a time on a flat surface.A flat compression paddle will gently be lowered to compress your breast. Compression spreads out the breast tissue and eliminates motion.The compression may be uncomfortable,but shouldn't hurt. Compression usually lasts no more than a few seconds. 2 views of each breast are obtained. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can l know the symptoms of breast cancer and what is the healthy life style not to suffer from cancer?PS:l have family history of breast cancer.
Painless mass: Any dominant lump in your breast needs to be seen without delay. I suggest you begin checking now, at the same time each month. Nothing you can do will prevent your developing breast cancer, though the rates are lower in women who have spent most of their reproductive lives pregnant and/or nursing. With your family history, you may start getting mammograms earlier. ...Read more
What is the most natural and safest type of breast augmentation procedure and about how much would it cost?
Yes: When a breast reduction is performed, the breast is “automatically” lifted at the same time. These procedures involve removal of redundant or loose breast skin; both of these procedures involve tightening of the breast skin envelope resulting in a higher position of the breasts and nipple/areola complexes on the chest wall. The main difference with breast reduction surgery is change in size. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I have a significant scoliosis. What is the best breast radiation treatment to avoid damaging the lungs?
Does not apply: This question deals with radiation oncology as far as i can tell based on the term 'radiation treatment'. This is best asked to a radiation oncologist. If you are asking for how to assess scoliosis and minimize radiation to the lungs then a radiographic (x-ray) scoliosis series is best. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Three answers: 1) routine follow-up for the surgery as per your plastic surgeon. 2) rountine examination of the breasts: monthly sef-exams and mammagram per current recomendations. 3) MRI at 3 years, and then every 2 years after silicone breast implantation. Not required for saline breast implants. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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