For Breast Cancer Survivors With Failed Implant-Based Reconstruction, Autologous Reconstruction Is Successful

After a mastectomy for breast cancer, patients have two options for breast reconstructive surgery: implant-based reconstruction or autologous reconstruction, which uses skin, fat, and sometimes muscle from another location in the body to form a breast shape. Although implant-based reconstruction, which is used in around 80% of patients, generally has high satisfaction rates, it sometimes leaves patients with physical pain, a feeling of tightness, or a poor aesthetic result. Other implant-based r...
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