Breast Reconstruction

DIEP Flap

DIEPA stands for Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator Artery and is an artery which goes through the abdominal area. A DIEPA flap surgery is an advanced microsurgical technique used in breast reconstruction following mastectomy (surgery that removes your breast to treat or prevent breast cancer).

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TUG Flap

Breast cancer treatment often requires the removal of part, or the complete breast through a surgery called mastectomy. Many mastectomy procedures are followed by reconstruction of the breast tissue that is removed. The breast can be rebuilt using breast implants made of silicone gel or saline, or tissue taken from another part of the body.

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Latissimus Dorsi Flap

Breast reconstruction after mastectomy (removal of breast tissue to treat breast cancer) can involve the use of an artificial implant or a flap of your own tissue removed from another part of your body and inserted into your chest.

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Tissue Expander/Implants

Breasts consist of milk ducts and glands that produce milk during pregnancy; enclosed in a thick layer of fatty tissue. The breasts overlie the muscles of the chest. Advancing age may cause the breasts to droop or sag. Loss of skin elasticity, gravity and other factors such as pregnancy and nursing can also cause the breasts to lose their natural shape and firmness.

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Oncoplastic Breast Reduction

Breast reduction, also known as reduction mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure employed to remove excess fat, tissue and skin from the breasts. It is indicated to reduce the size and volume of large, heavy and drooping breasts.

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SGAP Flap

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PAP Flap

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