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Nipple-Areola Sparing Mastectomy Followed by Immediate Breast Reconstruction in 126 Patients

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This study is to explore the indications, procedures, effectiveness, and feasibility of nipple-areola sparing mastectomy followed by immediate breast reconstruction. The nipple-areola sparing mastectomy followed by immediate breast reconstruction was performed in 126 patients with breast cancer from June 2005 to October 2011. The cosmetic outcomes of the reconstructed breasts were evaluated according to objective and subjective criteria. Meanwhile, the postoperative complications were observed and the therapeutic efficacies were followed up. All the operations were successful. Six patients experienced mild complications early after surgery and were resolved after symptomatic treatment. Both the subjective and objective evaluation for the aesthetic outcomes yielded a satisfactory rate of 97.62% during the 6-80-month follow-up. No recurrence or metastasis was found in 118 cases. Nipple-areola sparing mastectomy followed by immediate breast reconstruction is a simple and effective option for significantly improving the cosmetic outcomes and quality of life of patients, without serious complications or impact on the comprehensive treatment and long-term effect against breast cancer.

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X. Wang, M. Wang, J. Liu, W. Chen, H. Wu and S. Song, "Nipple-Areola Sparing Mastectomy Followed by Immediate Breast Reconstruction in 126 Patients," Journal of Cancer Therapy, Vol. 3 No. 5A, 2012, pp. 831-835. doi: 10.4236/jct.2012.325105.

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