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5 Recent developments in breast surgery

Article-5 Recent developments in breast surgery

Recent industry developments in breast surgery included research on the transaxillary technique for breast implant exchange in high-risk patients, with multiple risk factors for compromised soft tissue. This is the Cosmetic Surgery Times Research roundup, which also includes an examination of special needs for teens and mammaplasty, innovative reconstructive patient care strategies and patient assessment methods:

1. Transaxillary technique for high-risk patients

Could the transaxillary incision technique be safer and more effective than the standard anterior approach for breast-implant exchange procedures in high-risk patients? » What researchers found

2. Impact factor: Reduction mammaplasties on teens

Researchers assess long-term outcomes of breast reduction in young patients. » More

3. Comprehensive breast center care for reconstruction patients

A comprehensive breast center shares its strategy for boosting the process of care for breast reconstruction patients. » More

4. SMAs for breast reconstruction patients

Could shared medical appointments boost patient satisfaction and clinical efficiency for breast reconstruction patients? » Get the study results

5. A simple mammaplasty assessment method

Researchers report finding a simple and inexpensive measurement method for evaluating post-mammaplasty breast symmetry. » More

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