This 52 year old underwent a mastectomy and a reconstruction with a latissimus flap and a tissue expander on her right side. At a second stage, she had permanents implant placed on both sides for symmetry and a nipple reconstruction.
This 48-year-old woman was 5'5", 170 pounds,and had a small right breast cancer in the setting of her breast hypertrophy. This case is particularly interesting for a couple of reasons. First, the patient had a right partial mastectomy. Second, she underwent breast reconstruction using a breast reduction pattern.
This 55-year-old female with right breast cancer who had a right mastectomy with simultaneous latissimus flap and tissue expander placement. At a second stage, she had a permanent silicone implant placed on the right, a nipple reconstruction on the right, and a breast augmentation on the left for symmetry.
This 46-year-old female with left breast cancer underwent a left mastectomy with simultaneous latissimus flap and tissue expander placement. At a second stage, she had a permanent silicone implant placed on the left, and a nipple reconstruction on the left. To achieve symmetry, she also had an augmentation and a breast lift on the right side at the same time.
This 34-year-old woman was found to have a gene that causes breast cancer (BRCA.) Due to a very high risk of developing breast cancer, she elected to have both breasts removed with simultaneous latissimus flaps and tissue expanders. At a second stage, she had silicone implants placed and had nipple areolar reconstruction.