mammoplasty


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mammoplasty

[′mam·ə‚plas·tē]
(medicine)
Plastic surgery performed to alter the shape of the breast.
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Incidental atypical proliferative lesions in reduction mammoplasty specimens: analysis of 2498 cases from 2 tertiary women's health centers.
She had insignificant medical and family histories; she had no history of augmentation mammoplasty with breast implant.
10,11 Rubin et al compared mammographic changes after fat transfer with reduction mammoplasty and reported no significant difference in oil cysts or micro-calcifications with fewer biopsies after fat grafting to the breast than after reduction mammoplasty.
Imaging of complications of augmentation mammoplasty.
1] In the USA, a 97% increase in the number of reduction mammoplasty procedures has been observed.
Reports said the President had actually undergone mammoplasty repair of leaking breast implants.
Methods: The prospective, non-randomised and descriptive study was conducted at the Department of Surgery, Unit IV of Civil Hospital, Karachi, from December 2009 to November 2011 in which 21 consecutive women with breast carcinoma who underwent wide local excision with remodeling mammoplasty were enrolled.
ASCs were extracted from breast adipose tissues of a healthy donor with cosmetic mammoplasty surgery after obtaining written informed consent.
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.
were able to demonstrate that the risk of breast cancer had significantly decreased after breast reduction through mammoplasty operation.
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.