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Title: Complications and Oncologic Outcomes of Breast Reconstruction after Mastectomy in Breast Cancer Patient
Authors: Chanatip Amnuay1, Ongart Somintara2 , Damnern Wachirodom3
1 Residentcy of General Surgery, Department of Surgery, Faculty of Mediine, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
2,3 Department of Surgery, Faculty of Mediine, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
Background: There are several common techniques for breast reconstruction after mastectomy in breast cancer patients. Complications of each technique are different and its factor-associated is various. This study evaluated complication rates and oncologic outcomes among patients who received prosthetic implant, TRAM flap and LD flap operation and its associated factors.
1. To determine complication rates of breast reconstruction
2. To identified factor-associated with the complications
3. To determine oncologic outcomes of breast reconstruction in breast cancer patient (DFS,OAS)
Methods: A 10 years retrospective descriptive study
Conclusions: The total complication rate of breast reconstruction after mastectomy was _xx%_ , with seroma and wound infection being the most common complications. The _???_ and _???_ were the significant associated factor with the complications. The type of operation and its complication had no influence on Disease-free survival (DFS) and overall survival (OAS) rate.
Key words: breast reconstruction, complication, breast cancer