mammoplasty


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mam·mo·plas·ty

or mam·ma·plas·ty (măm′ə-plăs′tē)
n. pl. mam·mo·plas·ties or mam·ma·plas·ties
Reconstructive or plastic surgery of the breast.

mam•mo•plas•ty

(ˈmæm əˌplæs ti)
n., pl. -ties.
plastic surgery to reconstruct or alter the size or shape of the female breast.

mammoplasty

Surgery to reduce, enlarge, or rebuild one of a woman’s breasts.
Translations

mam·mo·plas·ty

n. mamoplastia, operación plástica de la mama.

mammoplasty

n (pl -ties) mamoplastia; augmentation — mamoplastia de aumento, cirugía para aumentar el tamaño de los senos; reduction — mamoplastia de reducción, cirugía para reducir el tamaño de los senos
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The most common procedures include augmentation mammoplasty and mammopexy.
1] In the USA, a 97% increase in the number of reduction mammoplasty procedures has been observed.
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We calculated [DELTA][DELTA]Cq values using [DELTA]Cq values for cancerous tissues and the mean value of [DELTA]Cq for normal mammoplasty tissues for each miRNA ([DELTA][DELTA]Cq = [DELTA][Cq.
Nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) are increasingly associated with cutaneous and soft tissue infections after cosmetic and spa procedures, such as liposuction, mammoplasty, blepharoplasty, mesotherapy, and whirlpool footbaths during pedicures (1-5).
10) The diagnostic sensitivity of X-ray mammography is significantly diminished for premenopausal women, pregnant or lactating women, women with fibrocystic/dense breasts, women with unusually large or small breasts, women with prior biopsies, women with mammoplasty or reductions, menopausal women taking HRT, and women with fast-growing carcinomas.
True juvenile hypertrophy is rare and should be treated by reduction mammoplasty after development has finished.
Nine surgical chapters detail procedures including reduction mammoplasty, lateral thoracic flaps, nipple sparing mastectomy and reconstruction, repair of the partial mastectomy defect with the latissimus dorsi flap, and staged-immediate free tissue transfer.
Caneer risk at sites other than the breast following augmentation mammoplasty.
These problems can be severe enough to inhibit females from participating in physical activity (Lorentzen and Lawson 1987, Mason et al 1999, Gehlsen and Albohm 1980) and can cause females with large breasts to seek reduction mammoplasty (Greenbaum et al 2003, BeLieu 1994, Ryan 2000, Wilson and Sellwood 1976, Maha 2000).
The case involved an augmentation mammoplasty procedure that resulted in silicone leakage.
Delayed fungal infection following augmentation mammoplasty in an immunocompetent host.