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Orv Hetil. 2016 Nov;157(46):1830-1838.

[Evaluation of clinicopathological findings and cosmetic outcome of 100 immediate postmastectomy breast reconstruction cases].

[Article in Hungarian]

Author information

1
Daganatsebészeti Központ, Emlő- és Lágyrészsebészeti Osztály, Országos Onkológia Intézet Budapest, Ráth György u. 7-9., 1122.
2
Radiológiai Diagnosztikai Osztály, Országos Onkológia Intézet Budapest.
3
Sugárterápiás Osztály, Országos Onkológia Intézet Budapest.
4
Országos Onkológiai Intézet Budapest.

Abstract

INTRODUCTION:

Immediate breast reconstruction provides oncological safety, requires longer operation time. It does not influence the initiation of adjuvant therapy and radiological control, and results in favourable cosmetic outcome.

AIM:

Assessing the Hungarian data of immediate postmastectomy breast reconstructions, and comparing them to international findings.

METHOD:

Between May, 2011 and September, 2014 121 therapeutic and prophylactic, postmastectomy immediate breast reconstructions were performed in 100 patients. The clinico-pathological findings were assessed retrospectively, and surgical, oncological and cosmetic outcomes were evaluated statistically.

RESULTS:

The mean age of patients was 42.6 years, the follow up time was 29.4 months, and the duration of operation was 132 minutes. Skin-sparing mastectomy was performed most commonly (64%) with submuscular tissue expander placement (70%). Early postoperative complication was identified in 18 patients, and loco-regional recurrence in 1 patient. Most patients (89%) were satisfied with the cosmetic outcome. The average initiation time of adjuvant therapy was 4.8 weeks.

CONCLUSIONS:

Immediate breast reconstruction is a safe and effective option in line with international findings. Orv. Hetil., 2016, 157(46), 1830-1838.

KEYWORDS:

breast cancer; breast reconstruction; emlőhelyreállítás; emlőrák; mastectomia; mastectomy

PMID:
27817227
DOI:
10.1556/650.2016.30569
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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