ALLMedicine™ Chest Wall Reconstruction Center
Research & Reviews 131 results
The Breast Journal; Deldar R, Sayyed AA et. al.
Jun 18th, 2022 - Less than 1% of all breast cancers are diagnosed in males. In females, postmastectomy breast reconstruction is associated with increased patient satisfaction. However, there is a paucity of literature describing reconstructive options for postmast...
Innovations (Philadelphia, Pa.); Goldsmith I
Jun 15th, 2022 - Large chest wall defects, as a result of wide local excision of chest wall pathology, require skeletal and soft-tissue reconstruction to restore the anatomical shape, structure, and respiratory function of the thorax. Reconstruction is challenging...
Medicine Fu S, Zhou Y et. al.
Apr 2nd, 2022 - Osteosarcoma, a malignant bone tumor, rarely occurs in the sternum, especially the fibroblastic type, and is associated with poor survival. This case report describes a patient with a neoplasm of the sternum who underwent tumor resection 3 times a...
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Isaac KV, Elzinga K et. al.
Feb 24th, 2022 - After studying this article, the participant should be able to: 1. Appraise and evaluate risk factors for respiratory compromise following oncologic resection. 2. Outline and apply an algorithmic approach to reconstruction of the chest wall based ...
The Annals of Thoracic Surgery; Miller DL, Durden FL
Jan 28th, 2022 - Chest wall reconstruction can be a challenge. The perfect material does not exist to restore chest wall stability. Synthetic materials have been the mainstay for reconstruction. Biological material use has increased. Recently, we initiated the use...
News 2 results
Doug Brunk, MDedge News
Feb 10th, 2016 - PHOENIX – Cadaveric allograft sternal replacement has proven to be safe, providing optimal stability to the chest wall and protection of surrounding organs, an analysis of 18 cases demonstrated. “The allograft was biologically well tolerated, allo.
Apr 21st, 2011 - DETROIT – Chest wall reconstruction that uses nonrigid mesh or autologous tissue without rigid fixation was safe and provided excellent respiratory outcomes in one of the largest series to date. "Our recommendations are to reconstruct with autolog.