reduction mammaplasty

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re·duc·tion mam·ma·plas·ty

n. cirugía plástica de reducción del seno, con vista a mejoramiento de la posición y apariencia.
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In the section on the breast they cover augmentation and reduction mammaplasty, mastopexy, breast reconstruction for partial mastectomy defects, prosthetic breast reconstruction, latissimus and abdominal flap breast reconstruction, other free flaps, and lyphedema.
A formula determining resection weights for reduction mammaplasty. Plast Reconstr Surg 2008;121:397-400.
Combining a reduction mammaplasty technique with a lumpectomy can restore the size and shape of the breast to match the contralateral normal one.
In these circumstances, reverse abdominoplasty is combined with mastopexy or reduction/augmentation mammaplasty, which can be conducted in a single stage using the same incision.[5] In general, because the breasts expand and become oversized after massive weight loss, patients prefer reduction mammaplasty to modify the breast deformity.
" De-epithelization" of the dermal pedicle in a reduction mammaplasty. Plast Reconstr Surg 1976; 57: 619-620.
All mastectomies were nipple-sparing and were performed simultaneously with a reduction mammaplasty. Eight patients were included in this study, for a total of sixteen mastectomies (n = 16).
Surgical treatment with reduction mammaplasty is ideal but will almost invariably result in recurrence, necessitating secondary reduction or mastectomy.
Options for surgical management have included reduction mammaplasty and mastectomy (15).
Breast cancer and reduction mammaplasty. In: Shiftman MA, ed.
Reduction mammaplasty: its role in breast conservation surgery for early-stage breast cancer.
The significant emotional and physical repercussions of extremely large breasts mean that some health insurance companies are willing to pay for breast reduction surgery, also called reduction mammaplasty, but some may require that a certain amount of breast tissue be removed.
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