內容簡介 This book covers an up-to-date review of advances in the management strategies for patients with breast cancer and their co-morbidities. Oncoplasty has become the standard of care for breast conservation surgery and can lead to improving aesthetic outcomes of breast cancer surgery, without compromising oncological outcomes. The goal of the text is to increase the competencies and performance of healthcare professionals involved in treating this patient population, which will ultimately improve the aesthetic outcomes, quality of life and overall survival of patients with breast disease and breast cancer. Written by experts in the field, chapters address a wide range of breast surgery techniques that help the general surgeon provide improved oncologic and aesthetic results for patients. The authors have detailed not only best practice for conventional procedures but also new and evolving techniques. Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Techniques for the General Surgeon serves as a valuable resource not only for medical students but also for the general surgeon seeking to improve results in private practice and for professors learning and teaching new breast surgery techniques.
作者介紹 V. Suzanne KlimbergThe University of Texas Medical BranchGalveston, TXMD Anderson Cancer CenterHouston, TxUSATibor KovacsKing's College LondonGuy's and St. Thomas' HospitalGreat Maze Pond, LondonUnited KingdomIsabel T. RubioClinica Universidad de NavarraUniversidad de NavarraMadrid, Spain