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Onitilo, A.A., Engel, J.M., Stankowski, R.V. and Doi, S.A.R. (2015) Survival Comparisons for Breast Conserving Surgery and Mastectomy Revisited: Community Experience and the Role of Radiation Therapy. Clinical Medicine & Research, 13, 65-73.
https://doi.org/10.3121/cmr.2014.1245

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  • TITLE: Mastectomy—A Critical Review

    AUTHORS: Gabija Lazaraviciute, Shailesh Chaturvedi

    KEYWORDS: Mastectomy, Breast Cancer, Halsted Mastectomy, Patey Mastectomy, Total Mastectomy, Skin Sparing Mastectomy, Breast Conserving Surgery, Prophylactic Mastectomy

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Clinical Diagnostics, Vol.7 No.2, June 19, 2017

    ABSTRACT: History of breast cancer dates back to at least 1600 B.C. and treatment methods have undergone significant progress over the last hundred years. We are moving away from frighteningly radical, and towards increasingly more conservational breast cancer surgery. And while mastectomy is no longer a first-line choice for all breast cancers, it is still an important and, really, an essential procedure to discuss and research about. Different types and techniques exist and evidence regarding each is vast-with novel techniques appearing even nowadays. For example, robotic surgery is increasingly more common in many surgical specialties and procedures, and mastectomy is no exception. With several high-profile celebrities recently discussing their experiences of breast cancer and mastectomies, this article covers a multitude of essential aspects relevant to this topic, in turn, hopefully, helping patients and doctors deal with the diagnosis and plan the treatment accordingly. Current breast cancer care and mastectomy trends are also discussed here, giving the readers an up-to-date overview of how breast cancer can and should be managed.