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Mastectomy and Breast Cancer

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  • 1. MASTECTOMY ULVAN OZAD
  • 2. CAUSE REMOVAL OF CANCEROUS TISSUE PROPHYLACTIC BREAST CONSERVING SURGERY OR MASTECTOMY?
  • 3. INDICATIONS LARGE CANCER TISSUE CENTRALLY LOCATED TUMOURS LOBULAR OR MULTI-CENTRIC CARCINOMA RISK OF INVASIVE CANCER INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS SUSPICIOUS CALCIFICATIONS CONTRA-INDICATIONS TO RADIOTHERAPY RECURRENT CARCINOMA PRIMARY TUMOURS FOLLOWING SURGERY CANCER BREAST CONSERVING SURGERY WOULD BE INADEQUATE BREAST IS SMALL COMPARED TO THE TUMOUR COMPLETION MASTECTOMY FAMILY HISTORY GENETICS PATIENT’S CHOICE PROPHYLACTIC MASTECTOMY
  • 4. TYPES SIMPLE MASTECTOMY SEGMENTAL MASTECTOMY SKIN-SPARING MASTECTOMY SUBCUTANEOUS MASTECTOMY RADICAL MASTECTOMY MODIFIED RADICAL MASTECTOMY MODIFIED MODIFIED RADICAL MASTECTOMY EXTENDED RADICAL MASTECTOMY
  • 5. RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
  • 6. OPERATION
  • 7. COMPLICATIONS MASTECTOMY-SPECIFIC COMPLICATIONS INCISIONAL DOG EARS LYMPHEDEMA NERVE DAMAGE GENERAL COMPLICATIONS BLOOD LOSS INFECTION CARDIAC PROBLEMS ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS GENERAL WOUND COMPLICATIONS WOUND INFECTIONS HAEMATOMA SEROMA VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM CHRONIC PAIN
  • 8. PSYCHOLOGY CHANGES IN BODY IMAGE QUALITY OF LIFETHREAT OF PASSING AWAY TOUGH TREATMENT PROCESS
  • 9. SOCIETY PATIENT FAMILY AND FRIENDS SOCIETY
  • 10. THANKS
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