Combining the Grisotti Flap With a Secondary Dermoglandular Pedicle for Partial Breast Reconstruction Following Contiguous Central-Inferior Segment Breast Cancer Excision.
Case reports in plastic surgery & hand surgery
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Malata, C. M., See, I. J. L., Kazzazi, F., Forouhi, P., & Di Pace, B. (2021). Combining the Grisotti Flap With a Secondary Dermoglandular Pedicle for Partial Breast Reconstruction Following Contiguous Central-Inferior Segment Breast Cancer Excision.. [Other]. https://doi.org/10.1080/23320885.2021.2008801
A 61-year-old patient (38DD) with multifocal invasive ductal carcinomas requested breast-conserving surgery. An innovative two pedicle combination using a laterally-based Grisotti flap and an inferomedially-based secondary pedicle was designed to reconstruct a combined central breast (NAC included) and inferior segment resection defect. Satisfactory cosmesis with clear resection margins was achieved.
Oncoplastic Surgery, Breast-conserving Surgery, Partial Breast Reconstruction, Grisotti Flap, Central Breast Excision, Secondary Dermoglandular Pedicles
External DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/23320885.2021.2008801
This record's DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.80501
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