Breast augmentation has been the most frequently performed surgery in the United States for a number of years, and it is also one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries internationally. When taking into account reconstruction after disease, this is an area of immense relevance to all plastic surgeons. This high-profile area can also have important
Breast and Chest: Applied Anatomy, Evaluation of the Patient Undergoing Breast Surgery, Initial Consultation, Analysis, and Patient Selection. Congenital Breast Anomalies. Radiologic Evaluation of the Breast. Management of Asymmetric Breast. Mastopexy. Breast Reduction. Oncoplastic Reduction to Breast Cancer. Lumpectomy and Radiation Therapy. Preoperative Considerations in Post-Mastectomy Reconstructive Surgery. Tissue Expansion Reconstruction. Pedicled TRAM Reconstruction. Free TRAM and DIEP Flaps for Breast Reconstruction. Other Free Flaps in Breast Reconstruction. Nipple Areola Reconstruction. Managing the Unfavorable Result. Optimizing Long Term Results. Gynecomasty. CPT Coding.