Softcover reprint of the original 2nd ed. 2015, 551 S., 5 Abb, Previously published in hardcover, Springer Vienna
A Guide to Clinical Practice
This book presents 50 cases, encompassing a broad range of oncoplastic breast surgeries. Each case is dedicated to a particular surgical technique, using classifications of “good, bad, and ugly” to point out potential pitfalls and to optimize post-surgery results. With the help of more than 500 high-quality illustrations and photos and detailed step-by-step instructions the editors, respected experts in their field, describe the most common procedures.
Now in its second edition, this comprehensive surgical atlas provides practical guidance for various oncoplastic techniques used in breast conservation surgery and mastectomy with immediate reconstruction.
The book will be a valuable resource not only for surgeons specialized in breast cancer therapy, but also for general surgeons and gynecologists as well as for plastic and reconstructive surgeons.
“This is a succinct, inclusive guide to oncoplastic breast surgery organized by operation type. … The audience is breast surgical oncology trainees, practitioners, and plastic surgeons who practice oncoplastic breast surgery. … This is a very useful book that succinctly outlines a number of different techniques to assure both cosmetic and oncologic outcomes in breast cancer surgery.” (Anjali R. Thawani, Doody’s Book Reviews, May, 2016)
Step-by-step presentation of breast-conserving surgery and mastectomy techniques
High-quality illustrations and photos
Summarizes pitfalls in order to avoid complications and achieve the best outcomes of surgery