postmastectomy

postmastectomy

(ˌpəʊstmæˈstɛktəmɪ)
adj
(Surgery) of or relating to the period after a mastectomy
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9) However, TST and GCTP do not explain the complexities of pain experienced by postmastectomy patients.
postmastectomy wound) or the result of trauma or chronic infection (Hsien-tsung Liu, 2015).
Mastectomy is a standard procedure for patients at high risk of local recurrence: postmastectomy radiation therapy (PMRT) has decreased the risk of LRR and of breast cancer mortality in patients with lymph node metastases.
A retrospective study comparing hypofractionated radiotherapy and conventional radiotherapy in postmastectomy breast cancer.
Over the past three years she trained at Morriston Hospital's maxillofacial laboratory where she developed several techniques in postmastectomy reconstruction.
The 2001 American Society of Clinical Oncology clinical practice guideline on postmastectomy radiotherapy has been updated to help clinicians and patients decide which cases of T1-T2 breast cancer with one to three positive axillary lymph nodes will not benefit from the treatment.
Postradiation angiosarcoma also differs from angiosarcoma associated with chronic lymphedema (or postmastectomy angiosarcoma) also known as Stewart-Treves syndrome.
Stella puts on a brave face but the couple's problems are only magnified when Hope develops a temperature and Stella starts to suffer postmastectomy pains and ends up phoning Dr Annie for medical advice.
Background: Postmastectomy pain syndrome (PMPS) is defined as a chronic (continuing for 3 or more months) neuropathic pain affecting the axilla, medial arm, breast, and chest wall after breast cancer surgery.
Age > 50, smoking within the past month and a history of premastectomy or postmastectomy irradiation were found to be the only risk factors that had a statistically significant effect on the development of complications during both stages [27].
Long-term evaluation of postmastectomy breast reconstruction.