cirugía estética mamaria

Malhotra, A. et als.
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery: July 2018 – Volume 142 – Issue 1 – p 9e–16e

portada - PRS - Vol. 132; No. 2 (2013)Primary evidence for the role of endocrinologic investigations in patients with adolescent gynecomastia is lacking in the current literature. The objective of this study was to assess the yield of endocrinologic investigations in the evaluation of adolescent gynecomastia to inform current practice for this common condition.

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Brown, T.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Global Open: March 2018 – Volume 6 – Issue 3 – p e1700

portada - PRS Global Open - Vol. 6; No. 3 (2018)

Increased surface area of mammary implants is suggested as a causative agent for the development of biofilms, which may lead to capsular contraction. The aim of this study was to quantify the surface areas of round implants of different textures and examine how these data can be interpreted with regard to clinical observation.
Surface areas of textured round breast implants were calculated from previously reported confocal scanning microscopic assessment, and dimensions sourced from 3 breast implant manufacturers (McGhan, Mentor, and Silimed). Statistical comparisons were made between manufacturers for different implant volumes, profiles, and texturing.

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Barone, M. et als.
European Journal of Plastic Surgery, April 2018, Volume 41, Issue 2, pp 109–118

portada - EJPS - Vol. 35 (2012)A patient’s perspective is usually measured by patient-reported outcome instruments, which are becoming increasingly relevant to current research on clinical outcomes. The aims of our review were to identify studies that evaluated patient satisfaction after gynecomastia correction, analyze existing questionnaires, and summarize the development, psychometric properties and content of the questionnaires.

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Agarwal, S. et als.
Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery, 2017-07-01, Volúmen 70, Número 7, Páginas 865-870

portada - JPRAS - Vol. 70; No. 7 (2017)Implant infections in the setting of breast reconstruction present a significant setback for patients with breast cancer. Traditional management of implant infections is predicated on the operative removal of the implant and delayed replacement. Another option for implant infection management has emerged in which the soft tissue infection is neutralized, the implant is removed, the surgical site is washed out, and a new implant replaced immediately. In this study, we present our findings with the implementation of this technique and an algorithm for choosing which patients are the most appropriate candidates on the basis of a retrospective review.

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