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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.
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mam•mo•plas•ty

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

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

mam·mo·plas·ty

n. mamoplastia, operación plástica de la mama.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

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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Conservative treatment of lower pole breast cancers by bilateral mammoplasty and radiotherapy.
These include liposuction, mammoplasty, breast lift, buccal fat removal, buttocks augmentation, chin augmentation, facelift, neck lift, thread lift, embedded protein threads, hair restoration or transplant, eyelid surgery, vaginal plastic surgery, abdominoplasty, autograting, rhinoplasty and otoplasty, among others.
RR 2-2019 said that invasive cosmetic procedures included the following: liposuction, mammoplasty, breast lift, buccal fat removal, buttocks augmentation, chin augmentation, facelift and neck lift, thread lift, embedded protein threads, hair restoration/transplantation, eyelid surgery, vaginal plastic surgery, abdominoplasty or tummy tuck, auto grafting, rhinoplasty/alar trimming, and otoplasty.
Updated with recent techniques, this edition has a section on oncoplastic breast surgery, with new chapters on breast conservation techniques in upper and lower pole lesions and subareolar lesions, combined breast conservation techniques with reduction mammoplasty, extreme oncoplastic techniques, total skin sparing mastectomy, skin sparing mastectomy for the pendulous breast, the Goldilocks mastectomy, and alternatives to tissue rearrangement.
The prevalence ofpreoperative breast asymmetry in patients with breast hypertrophy has not been studied well, because it is easier to change the nipple-areola position or size in a reduction mammoplasty procedure; thus, the issue has not been a major concern.
However, although breast cancer risk reduces with reduction mammoplasty, patients with secondary hypertrophy, subsequent unilateral asymmetry, breast mass, skin irregularity, and retraction at the nipple should be evaluated for breast cancer.
Reduction mammoplasty in cases of giant fibroadenomaamong adolescent females.
Strategies in management include lumpectomy, lumpectomy and reduction mammoplasty, mastectomy and mastectomy with reconstruction.
The most common cosmetic surgical procedures requested by under 18 year olds at his clinic include ear reshaping surgery, nose reshaping (rhinoplasty), breast reduction (reduction mammoplasty) and correction of breast asymmetry in young girls.
Additionally, we conducted falsification tests, examining trends in the number of reduction mammoplasty and bilateral prophylactic oophorectomy procedures within the same time frame using a similar approach.
Study 211 was a randomised, placebo- and active-controlled, double-blind, phase 2b dose-finding study in patients undergoing augmentation mammoplasty to evaluate HTX-011 when administered by instillation into the surgical site or via nerve block before surgery.
Study 211 was a randomized, placebo- and active-controlled, double-blind, Phase 2b dose-finding study in patients undergoing augmentation mammoplasty to evaluate the analgesic efficacy, safety and pharmacokinetics of HTX-011 when administered by instillation into the surgical site or via ultrasound-guided lateral and medial pectoral nerve block before surgery.