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operation

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a room in a hospital equipped for the performance of surgical operations

a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments

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Mastectomy may remain the option of choice in this environment, as its event-free survival compares favorably with that of the combination of breast conservation surgery and radiation therapy.
Around 55 per cent had breast conservation surgery and 44 per cent had a mastectomy.
Delay in initiating adjuvant radiotherapy following breast conservation surgery and its impact on survival.
The COMICE trial [2] in the UK attempted to address this in a structured manner and showed no additional benefit in utilising MRI to reduce re-excision rates after breast conservation surgery.
Breast conservation surgery was attempted in more women in the prophylactic mastectomy group (28%, compared with 16%; Pless than .
Breast conservation surgery was attempted in more-women in the prophylactic mastectomy group (28%, compared with 16%; P less than .
These include targeted ultrasound for a mammographic finding, targeted ultrasound for a clinical finding, image guidance for biopsy and clip placement, "second look" ultrasound after magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and preoperative localization for breast conservation surgery.
Explain the procedures of biopsy, breast conservation surgery (lumpectomy, segmental mastectomy), mastectomy, and bilateral mastectomies
CHICAGO -- Breast cancer patients who receive magnetic resonance imaging after breast conservation surgery should have the contralateral breast scanned at the same time, Dr.
The study, "A Safety and Efficacy Study of Intra-Operative Radiation Therapy (IORT) Using the Xoft Axxent eBx System at the Time of Breast Conservation Surgery for Early-Stage Breast Cancer," is a prospective, multi-center, historical control trial.
The 4 clinical trials included in their analysis agree that addition of axillary lymph node dissection (ALND) does not offer better overall or disease-free survivals for patients with T1/T2 and clinical N0 tumors than sentinel lymph node biopsy alone in those treated by a combination of breast conservation surgery, whole-breast irradiation, and systemic therapy.
14] Conversely patients undergoing MRM have a significant increased incidence of seroma formation when compared to those who have breast conservation surgery.