Breast asymmetry following thoracic surgery in childhood
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Asymmetrical breast development may result from direct damage to breast tissue by burns, radiation, or breast surgery. However, asymmetrical development may also occur after childhood thoracic surgery. Two such cases are described, in which reduction mammoplasty has been or will be performed after developmental maturity.
Key wordsThoracic surgery Postoperative complications Reduction mammoplasty
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