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Breast reconstruction with flap surgery - Mayo Clinic
Claire Warner was bending over and pulling up her socks one day in June when something strange caught her eye in her bedroom mirror. It was a tiny, slight dimple in her left breast, and initially she thought nothing of it. Warner, then 42, compared her breast to the photo posted by fellow Briton Lisa Royle. Seeing similarities, the mother of girls, ages 10 and 3, grew worried and saw her doctor. On July 1, , she learned she had breast cancer.
Amber Rose Breast Reduction Photos (Before/After) And New Details On Her Procedure
This woman underwent breast reduction for symptoms including back and neck pain. Breast tissue removed was gm from the left and gm from the right. Photos were taken 15 months after surgery. She feels and looks great!
A lumpectomy involves removing the cancer and some of the healthy tissue that surrounds it. This illustration shows one possible incision that can be used for this procedure, though your surgeon will determine the approach that's best for your particular situation. Dissolvable stitches are placed under the skin so that they won't need to be removed later. Lumpectomy lum-PEK-tuh-me is surgery to remove cancer or other abnormal tissue from your breast. Lumpectomy is also called breast-conserving surgery or wide local excision because — unlike a mastectomy — only a portion of the breast is removed.