Content round-up: Autologous reconstruction

Dive into a range of content on ARBS Net focusing on autologous reconstruction, including CPD-accredited presentations from the London Breast Meeting
Content round-up: Autologous reconstruction
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Dive into a range of content on ARBS Net focusing on autologous reconstruction, including CPD-accredited presentations from the London Breast Meeting.

Webinar: Free Flap Reconstruction

iBreastBook hosted a webinar that brought together surgeons and professors to discuss free flap reconstruction.

Research: Oncologic safety of autologous fat grafting in primary breast reconstruction after mastectomy for cancer

"Autologous fat transfer (AFT) is widely used to improve results of breast reconstructive surgery, but its safety is controversial. Our objective was to evaluate the oncologic safety of AFT in a homogeneous population of patients who underwent a total mastectomy with immediate reconstruction for breast cancer."

Research: Long-term patient-reported outcomes of immediate breast reconstruction after mastectomy for breast cancer: population-based cohort study  

"Breast reconstruction is offered to improve quality of life for women after mastectomy for breast cancer, but information regarding the long-term patient-reported outcomes of different reconstruction procedures is currently lacking. The Brighter study aimed to evaluate long-term patient-reported outcomes after immediate breast reconstruction (IBR) in a population-based cohort."

LBM video: Adjuncts to autologous reconstruction

This session from Day 3 of the London Breast Meeting 2023 focuses on Adjuncts to autologous reconstruction'. The speakers in this session are Narayan Karunanithy, Eric Santamaria and Minas Chrysopoulo. 

LBM video: Autologous reconstruction - pushing the boundaries

This session on Autologous reconstruction - pushing the boundaries is chaired by Venkat Ramakrishnan and Filip Stillaert. The speakers in this session are Stefania Tuinder, Chris Andree, Koen Van Landuyt, Ara Salibian and Alanna Rebecca. 

Panel discussion: When size matters - increasing the volume in autologous reconstruction

Koenraad van Landuyt and Sinikka Suominen chair this panel discussion entitled 'When size matters - increasing the volume in autologous reconstruction' at London Breast Meeting 2022.

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