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Hybrid Breast Reconstruction

  • José Maria Serra-Mestre
  • José Maria Serra-Renom
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Abstract

Fat injection has established itself as a useful technique for the management of defects and asymmetries after breast reconstruction [1, 2]. Today, however, fat is considered not just as an autologous “filler” that can correct volumetric defects in various areas of the breast but also as a regenerator of the injected tissues, thanks in part to stromal vascular fraction cells [3, 4]. This regeneration is an important issue in breast surgery due to the damage caused to the tissue by radiotherapy.

Keywords

Fat grafts Lipobed Mastectomy Hybrid Breast Reconstruction Radiotherapy 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • José Maria Serra-Mestre
    • 1
  • José Maria Serra-Renom
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Plastic and Aesthetic SurgeryHospital Quiron BarcelonaBarcelonaSpain

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