Most participants also believe that compared to delayed reconstruction
, primary realignment is associated with equivocal incontinence rates (61.2%) and equivocal ED rates (74.7%).
Between 2013 and 2015, violent clashes in Tripoli prevented access to the camp and further delayed reconstruction
. Inside the camp, local commerce had not rebounded because army checkpoints discouraged traders and customers alike.
A heavily delayed reconstruction
project on one ofNewcastle'sbusiest commuter routes has reached a major milestone.
AHEAVILY delayed reconstruction
project on one of Newcastle's busiest commuter routes has reached a major milestone.
 suggested that early complete management is preferred over the older idea of delayed reconstruction
. Similar management has been suggested by Iannelli.
It is also possible to have reconstruction done after your primary cancer surgery and this is known as a delayed reconstruction
For some patients reconstruction is undertaken in the same operation as the mastectomy (immediate reconstruction), but for others this is performed as a separate procedure (delayed reconstruction
Disadvantages of delayed reconstruction
include additional surgery and the negative psychological effects from suffering from body disfigurement for a period of time [20,23].
However, for delayed reconstruction
, more skin is removed at the time of mastectomy, leaving a long scar across the chest wall.
Bayat and colleagues performed staged reconstructions due to a delayed presentation, (1) Rokito and Iofin performed a primary repair in the dominant arm and a delayed reconstruction
in the other, (3) and primary repair was performed in the other three cases.
"Now that the situation has normalized, the government needs to step up efforts to make up for the delayed reconstruction
, as well as build fundamental capacity for project planning, implementation, and monitoring," Mr.
leads to prolonged period of rehabilitation