delayed reconstruction

delayed reconstruction

Surgery Breast reconstruction not done at the same time as a mastectomy. See Bowel rest.
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The first is to draw the attention of people away from internal problems such as poverty, unemployment, delayed reconstruction, and other pressing issues.
Moh's Micrographic Surgery (MMS) or staged wide excision "Slow Moh's "(with formal histopathological sectioning and delayed reconstruction for complete circumferential peripheral and deep margin assessment) is becoming the standard surgical treatment for DFSP (Z).
Lower US demand, the eurozone debt crisis and delayed reconstruction efforts in Japan after its recent earthquake and tsunami disaster, had a bigger-than-expected impact on demand, the cartel said.
Delayed reconstruction has a lower rate of infection and also allows time to modify the surgical method to account for radiation therapy.
By having delayed reconstruction women will have to wait about a year without a breast.
The advantages of a tissue expander are that it is a quick, simple operation, it can be used in immediate or delayed reconstruction, and it creates breast skin of normal colour.
The patients fell into five broad categories: (1) no radiation with immediate reconstruction; (2) no radiation with delayed reconstruction; (3) immediate reconstruction with adjuvant radiotherapy; (4) pre-operative radiotherapy with immediate reconstruction; and (5) delayed reconstruction after pre-operative radiation.
Only 16% of patients who had delayed reconstruction said the option was presented to them at the time of diagnosis--100% felt it should have been.
The patient was offered Mohs' micrographic excision, but he refused, citing the lengthiness of the procedure and the possible need for a second-stage delayed reconstruction.
BEYOND THE FESTIVE FRENCH QUARTER AND RESPLENDENT UPTOWN GARDEN DISTRICT, THE PHENOMENON OF FLOOD DAMAGE, DEPOPULATION, DELAYED RECONSTRUCTION AND POLICY UNCERTAINTY HAS TRANSFORMED MUCH OF RESIDENTIAL NEW ORLEANS INTO A DISMAL PLACE.
Lack of staff, poor working conditions, and delayed reconstruction funding further impeded U.