Abnormal and Revised Breast Patient 01
Abnormal and Revised Breast Patient 02
This patient is a 60 year old female who had been diagnosed with left breast cancer. In her pre-op photo she is shown with a bandage on her left breast from the biopsy performed by the General Surgeon. She later had a left mastectomy and an imidiate left breast reconstruction using a TRAM flap. A TRAM flap involves moving tissue from your abdomen to the breast area to remake the breast after a mastectomy has been performed. She is shown here before and after undergoing a left mastectomy and left TRAM reconstruction.
Abnormal and Revised Breast Patient 03
The patient is a 27-year-old female with a tuberous breast on the right and significant ptosis with asymmetry. A donut mastopexy was performed on the right with 535 cc implant and a vertical mastopexy was performed on the left with a 455 cc implant given her severe asymmetry. Both were placed subglandularly.