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Mastectomy, modified radical

Total mastectomy with axillary lymph node dissection, but with preservation of the pectoral muscles.
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Half versus full suction drainage after modified radical mastectomy for breast cancer--a prospective randomized clinical trial.
13,17,22,23) However, other investigators have recommended modified radical mastectomy, simple mastectomy, or lumpectomy with axillary dissection.
High doses of fourth-generation broad-spectrum antibiotics and early neurosurgical intervention followed by a modified radical mastoidectomy helped to save the life of our patient.
The mammogram showed a Grade II infiltrating lobular carcinoma, for which the patient underwent modified radical mastectomy.
Following biopsy confirmation, she underwent a modified radical mastectomy with lymph node dissection.
Following biopsy confirmation she underwent a modified radical mastectomy with lymph node dissection.
202-342-0107 -- A five-year project to determine the outcomes and cost-effectiveness of three common treatments for local breast cancer in the elderly, including modified radical mastectomy, breast conserving surgery with radiotherapy and breast-conserving surgery without radiotherapy.
They can be managed surgically in a variety of manners, including (1) tympanoplasty, (2) tympanoplasty with mastoidectomy, (3) modified radical mastoidectomy, or (4) radical mastoidectomy.
We conducted a study to (1) determine the feasibility of electrophysiologic monitoring of the SAN during modified radical neck dissection, (2) determine whether a threshold increase in current is required to stimulate the SAN by comparing the amount of current on initial identification of the SAN and the amount of current after completion of the dissection prior to closure, and (3) determine whether clinical outcome measures of shoulder syndrome are affected by a threshold increase.
Modified radical mastoidectomy was performed in 16 patients, tympanomastoidectomy in 6, and myringotomy in 2.
He subsequently underwent a salvage resection, which included a wide local excision of the cervical skin, a total parotidectomy, a total auriculectomy, and an ipsilateral modified radical neck dissection.

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