Reconstruction

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Synonyms for Reconstruction

Synonyms for Reconstruction

the period after the American Civil War when the southern states were reorganized and reintegrated into the Union

an interpretation formed by piecing together bits of evidence

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recall that is hypothesized to work by storing abstract features which are then used to construct the memory during recall

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The change in the rate of breast reconstruction was a result of increasing separation from the original procedure.
We have done many types of immediate breast reconstructions during the mastectomy, and this is easiest way for a patient to initiate their post-cancer period.
We make sure that this is the case for all the women diagnosed here at the hospital but before mastectomy, the patient is informed and educated about their breast reconstruction options," said Dr Dora.
Edison, New Jersey-based non-profit tissue bank MTF Biologics is introducing its larger FlexHD Pliable Perforated acellular dermal matrix (ADM) designed for use in pre-pectoral breast reconstruction, the company said.
The authors believe their technique is an important contribution to improving the results of risk-reducing mastectomy and breast reconstruction for women with large breasts.
For women who have had or are about to have a mastectomy, Steligo provides support and encouragement, and the basic science and technology that goes into breast reconstruction.
The study seems to express a correlation that those with private health insurance were more likely to have breast reconstruction done compared to those who are in U.
Roehl specializes in advanced breast reconstruction surgeries including but not limited to: DIEP flaps, latissimus flap, and reconstruction after nipple-sparing mastectomy.
Methods: This is a retrospective observational study conducted on patients who underwent fat grafting for breast reconstruction.
Analysing the trends over the last 2 decades, a steady increase in the percentage of women who choose to undergo breast reconstruction procedures following mastectomy can be observed [1, 2].
The variety of techniques available for breast reconstruction is almost as diverse as breast pathology.
Breast reconstruction followed and, barring "a few tweaks", the plastic surgery is now complete.
Recent literature has detailed an association between obesity and poor surgical outcomes in the breast reconstruction population [12-19].
are sharing a medical rarity: Maurer donated skin and fat tissue for McCarthy's breast reconstruction.