Modern innovations in breast surgery: robotic breast surgery and robotic breast reconstruction

Katie G Egan, Jesse C Selber
Modern innovations in breast surgery: robotic breast surgery and robotic breast reconstruction
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Robotic surgery has a history of applications in multiple surgical areas and has been applied in plastic surgery over the past decade. Robotic surgery allows for minimal access incisions and decreased donor site morbidity in breast extirpative surgery, breast reconstruction, and lymphedema surgery.

Although a learning curve exists for the use of this technology, it can be safely applied with careful preoperative planning. Robotic nipple-sparing mastectomy may be combined with either robotic alloplastic or robotic autologous reconstruction in the appropriate patient.

Read the full study here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36813413/  

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