• Bilateral autologous augmentation-mastopexy in the patient undergoing breast-conserving oncological surgery

    One year ago - By Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery

    Oncoplastic techniques have allowed surgeons to avoid deformity and obtain symmetry at the time of partial mastectomy without previous efforts at increasing breast size.1 Despite these successes, patients and surgeons have become increasingly demanding with regards to aesthetic outcomes. As such, we sought a way to safely augment and lift the breast in the same operative setting as the oncological resection. Here, we describe an approach that combines breast-conserving surgery with bilateral Wise-pattern mastopexy and autologous augmentation using lateral intercostal artery perforator flaps.
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