Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator Breast Reconstruction With Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing Sizers
Background The goal of microsurgical breast reconstruction is to return to the precancer state, maximizing symmetry with less morbidity. This requires a long learning curve, in particular where modeling is concerned. In this context, reverse engineering technologies found an application, allowing the creation of molds that can be used during the surgery. Method We created 10 molds named DIEP sizers, which help to simplify deep inferior epigastric perforator (DIEP) flap insetting. For this, we designed a virtual model using Geomagic X software to construct the sizers. Our model has a thorax circumference, breast projection, and footprint correspondent to an average of the measurements we collected from 15 patients undergoing such surgery. We made a comparative study between 2 groups each of 24 patients, using as comparison criteria surgical times in patients undergoing breast microsurgical reconstruction with or without DIEP sizers. In both groups, we included immediate and delayed reconstructions as well as monolateral, bilateral and monolateral with contralateral symmetrization. Result In all the cases we performed with DIEP sizers, we achieved an average time saving of 105 minutes in monolateral reconstruction, 80 minutes in monolateral reconstruction with contralateral symmetrization, and 120 minutes in bilateral reconstruction (P
ConclusionsAt the CHGUV, the SR has steadily increased in malignant pathologies. The unexpected hospitalization rate is determined by perioperative sentinel lymph node biopsy results. AS for the treatment of mammary pathology is efficient and safe.ResumenIntroducciónEl tratamiento quirúrgico de la patología mamaria (PM) ha evolucionado aumentando su manejo como cirugía mayor ambulatoria (CMA). El objetivo de este estudio es analizar una serie de pacientes intervenidos de patología mamaria en régimen de CMA durante el año 2017 para evaluar su calidad y seguridad.Método...
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AbstractGender-affirming surgery is a group of surgical procedures that alters the physical appearance of a transgender person to resemble that socially associated with their identified gender. Masculinization and feminization surgeries include chest and breast surgery as well as genital reconstruction. The genital reconstruction surgeries have unique anatomic imaging features and are associated with complications that may require radiologic evaluation. This review provides a review of the imaging anatomy, expected findings, and complications associated with gender-affirming surgeries.
Conclusion: ESPB may be a simple and safe alternative to parasagittal in-plane paravertebral block to provide postoperative analgesia in modified radical mastectomy especially in novice practitioners. It provides equivalent profile of postoperative analgesia with less time to perform the block.
Conditions: Breast Cancer; Postoperative Pain Intervention: Drug: Bupivacaine Injection Sponsor: Sisli Hamidiye Etfal Training and Research Hospital Completed
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