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should be an essential part of adequate informed consent" for mastectomy patients seeking breast implantation, Dr.
In our cadaver study, we concluded that the Keller Funnel[TM] significantly reduces the amount of skin contact and potential contamination during breast implantation which may lead to reduced patient infection rates and capsular contracture.
AIGISRx DEB is designed to reduce the severity of capsular contracture following breast implantation via a reduction in bacterial colonization and capsule formation
issued the following statement regarding today's release of the article "Reconstructive Breast Implantation After Mastectomy for Breast Cancer" in the journal Archives of Surgery (December 2005):
Any woman considering breast implantation must be given adequate