This cohort study examines satisfaction and quality-of life in women who undergo fat grafting for breast reconstruction after mastectomy.
This cohort study compares the incidence of surgical site infection and noninfectious wound complications after immediate, delayed, and secondary implant and autologous breast reconstruction in patients undergoing mastectomy.
This cross-sectional survey study assesses the quality of patient decisions about breast reconstruction.
This cohort study examines state variation in the temporal trend and the proportion of women among a cohort of US women with early-stage breast cancer treated with surgery.
This study investigates the increasing need for breast surgery in the Veterans Affairs health care system and the current trends in surgical approaches.
This study describes the broad spectrum of nonvascular surgery cases that require intraoperative vascular surgery assistance.
This study seeks to quantify the need for transitional surgical care for pediatric patients with surgically corrected congenital anomalies in the coming decades.
This review describes the innovative use of transversus abdominis release as an alternative component separation technique for ventral hernia repair and addresses limitations of traditional reconstructive options.
This study identifies the factors associated with flap-related complications and increased resource utilization in patients with pressure ulcers.
Morrow et al examine correlates of reconstruction and determine if a significant unmet need for reconstruction exists among women with breast cancer who undergo mastectomy.
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