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Operations on the Breast

  • F. W. Schildberg
  • E. Kiffner

Abstract

Lesions of uncertain nature that are detected by palpation, mammography, or sonography are an indication for incisional biopsy. Despite advances in aspiration cytology, the open excision and subsequent histologic examination of breast tissue, though more costly, offers the most dependable proof of the nature of breast disease. In all open biopsies an effort should be made to excise the lesion completely with adequate margins, even if this involves an appreciable sacrifice of breast tissue.

Keywords

Skin Flap Axillary Dissection Radical Mastectomy Modify Radical Mastectomy Preoperative Preparation 
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