Breast-conserving surgery, which is also known as a lumpectomy, quadrantectomy, partial mastectomy, or segmental mastectomy, is a procedure that removes only the cancerous portion of the breast. The goal is to remove the malignancy as well as some healthy tissue aroun... Read More
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Breast-conserving surgery, which is also known as a lumpectomy, quadrantectomy, partial mastectomy, or segmental mastectomy, is a procedure that removes only the cancerous portion of the breast. The goal is to remove the malignancy as well as some healthy tissue around it.
Breast surgeons or Oncology surgeons with special qualifications are the specialists to perform breast cancer surgery
Surgery is frequently used for breast cancer. Here are 3 common types of breast cancer surgery;
It is vital to prepare for the surgery appropriately.
The treatment takes roughly an hour to perform on average. Because, breast cancer is not visible to the surgeon as it is the same color as the breast tissue, the malignancy is frequently marked before surgery to aid the surgeon.
Outcomes and complication rates after hernia surgery are moderate. It depends upon the stage of cancer and the lymph nodes involvement.
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There are different types of breast surgery, and it may be performed for different reasons, depending on the situation.
Your doctor recommends a certain operation based on your breast cancer features and your medical history, or you may have a choice about which surgery type you're considering.
It majorly depends on the size and stage of your cancer, your other treatment options and preferences.
After breast cancer surgery, you can expect to:
You will have to spend one night in the hospital after undergoing mastectomy and also if you had breast reconstruction. If you undergo mastectomy without reconstruction or lumpectomy, you may leave the hospital the day of surgery.
What Happens After The Surgery:
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Cost varies depending on the type of surgery and locality.
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There are different types of breast surgery, and it may be performed for different reasons, depending on the situation. • Breast reconstruction with flap surgery: a surgical procedure that restores shape to your breast after a mastectomy • Breast reconstruction with implants: a surgical procedure that restores shape to your breast after a mastectomy by using breast implants • Sentinel node biopsy: a surgical procedure used to determine whether cancer has spread beyond a primary tumor into your lymphatic system. It's used most commonly in evaluating breast cancer and melanoma.
Surgery to remove the complete breast.
• Surgery to remove a portion/part of the breast tissue • Surgery to remove nearby lymph nodes • Surgery to reconstruct a breast after mastectomy
• It is very normal if you experience any pain for the first few weeks. You will get pain killers for pain management. Painkillers work best when you take them regularly. • You can always start eating whenever you feel like. Try to have easy, soft foods. Strong and heavy foods will make you feel sick. • You are less likely to get a chest infection or a blood clot if you keep yourself active. • Don't lift or carry anything heavy. • Do not drive.
It takes about 2-3 weeks for the area to heal.
There is little pain after the surgery, but it is only temporary.
You will be staying in the hospital for mastectomy after the surgery for about three days. If you had a mastectomy and reconstruction, then you might be staying for a bit longer. Ask your doctor.
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