Paper Information

Journal:   WORLD JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY   SEPTEMBER 2016 , Volume 5 , Number 3; Page(s) 252 To 258.
 
Paper: 

PRIME INCISION AND MODIFIED MOVING WINDOW: A MINIMALLY INVASIVE ACCESS FOR BREAST CANCER SURGICAL TREATMENT

 
 
Author(s):  BROMBERG SILVIO E.*, GIORDANO ROBERTO
 
* HOSPITAL ISRAELITA ALBERT EINSTEIN ONCOLOGY CENTER, SAO PAULO, BRAZIL
 
Abstract: 

BACKGROUND
Conservative surgical treatment has been the treatment of choice for early breast cancer. It allows feasible oncological treatment with a satisfactory cosmetic approach and fast recovery. However, in some cases mastectomy is necessary. This study proposes a surgical approach with only one surgical access through the same incision, which is in line with precepts mentioned above. It is called the prime incision and modified moving window techniques.
METHODS

Thirty one patients with a breast cancer diagnosis who would have to undergo surgery were enrolled. The proposed technique was used and its advantages and feasibility were assessed and evaluated.
RESULTS
Twenty three conservative surgeries, 7 adenectomies and 1 axillary surgery were performed. All cases were appropriately treated and progressed without complications and had adequate aesthetic results. The technique presented allows only one surgical access to approach the axilla and breast cancer treatment.
CONCLUSION
This study proved the aesthetic advantage provided by only one surgical incision access feasible for surgical treatment as a secure approach. The minimally invasive approaches of prime incision and modified moving window were shown to provide adequate surgical access with only one scar, thus having a better cosmetic result.

 
Keyword(s): BREAST CANCER, TREATMENT, MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY, MODIFIED MOVING WINDOW, PRIME INCISION
 
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