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Die operative Therapie des Mammakarzinoms mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des brusterhaltenden Eingriffs

  • G. Berlakovich
  • R. Jakesz
Part of the Angewandte Onkologie book series (AONKOLOGIE)

Zusammenfassung

Halsted [1] publizierte im Jahre 1894 erstmals seine Methode der radikalen Mastektomie, die sich durch en bloc-Resektion von Brust samt darüberliegender Haut sowie axillären Lymphknoten und Musculus pectoralis major und minor auszeichnet. Mit dieser Technik ist es erstmals gelungen, die lokale Rezidivrate von vorher etwa 50% auf 6% zu senken. Die radikale Mastektomie war ein bedeutender Fortschritt in der Mammachirurgie, indem es gelungen ist, bei einem Großteil der Patientinnen mit Mammakarzinom lokale Kontrolle über das Tumorgeschehen zu erreichen. Zwangsläufig erfolgte eine Heilung durch die Operation nur bei jenen Patientinnen, die zum Zeitpunkt der Operation noch keine Organmetastasen aufwiesen.

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  • R. Jakesz

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