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A randomized double-blind controlled study comparing erector spinae plane block and thoracic paravertebral block for postoperative analgesia after breast surgery

Wittayapairoj A, Sinthuchao N, Somintara O, Thincheelong V, Somdee W

Background: Thoracic paravertebral block (PVB) is an effective regional block for pain control after breast surgery. However, accidentally puncturing adjacent vital structures may cause undesirable complications. Erector spinae plane block...
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Comparison of Recurrence Rate Between Re-Excision With Radiotherapy and Radiotherapy-Only Groups in Surgical Margin Involvement of In Situ Carcinoma

Lee JH, Lee H, Bang YJ, Ryu JM, Lee SK, Yu J, Lee JE, Kim SW, Nam SJ, Chae BJ

Purpose: Surgical margin status is a surrogate marker for residual tumors after breastconserving surgery (BCS). A comparison of ipsilateral breast tumor recurrence (IBTR) rates between re-excision combined with radiotherapy (excision...
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Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Patients With Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer: A Review

Kim SY, Cho N

Despite the high sensitivity and widespread use of preoperative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the American Cancer Society and the National Comprehensive Cancer Network guidelines do not recommend the routine use...
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Preliminary results of alternative treatment for postmastectomy pain syndrome: stromal vascular fraction-enriched fat grafting

Min K, Yoon I, Kim EK

Postmastectomy pain syndrome (PMPS) is defined as chronic pain lasting more than 3 months after surgery. PMPS reduces the quality of life for patients and affects their daily life. Although...
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Surgical Options for Ipsilateral Breast Tumor Recurrence: Mastectomy Versus Repeat Breast-Conserving Surgery

Yeoh H, Cheun JH, Lee HB, Han W, Kim HK

Purpose: The standard care for patients with ipsilateral breast tumor recurrence (IBTR) after breast-conserving surgery (BCS) is a total mastectomy (TM); however, there is growing interest in repeating BCS for...
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Postmastectomy Radiation Therapy for Node-Negative Breast Cancer of 5 cm or Larger Tumors: A Multicenter Retrospective Analysis (KROG 20-03)

Kim K, Jung J, Kim H, Jung W, Shin KH, Chang JH, Kim SS, Park W, Chang JS, Kim YB, Ahn SJ, Lee IJ, Lee JH, Park HJ, Cha J, Kim J, Choi JH, Koo T, Kwon J, Kim JH, Kim MY, Park SH, Kim YJ

Purpose To evaluate the role of postmastectomy radiation therapy (PMRT) in patients with node-negative breast cancer of 5cm or larger tumors undergoing mastectomy Materials and Methods Medical records of 274 patients from 18...
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Attitudes toward Risk-Reducing Mastectomy and Risk-Reducing Salpingo-oophorectomy among Young, Unmarried, Healthy Women in Korea

Park B, Kim D, Kim J, Lee BY, Yoon J, Kim SW

Purpose This study investigated the attitudes toward risk-reducing mastectomy (RRM) and risk-reducing salpingo-oophorectomy (RRSO) as cancer prevention options for BRCA1/2 carriers in healthy, young, unmarried Korean women. Materials and Methods A...
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Postmastectomy Radiation Therapy in Patients With Minimally Involved Lymph Nodes: A Review of the Current Data and Future Directions

Jang BS, Shin KH

Radiation therapy for patients with pN1mi or pN1 disease breast cancer undergoing mastectomy has been debated for a long time. Even in low metastatic burden in sentinel node biopsy, occult...
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Transcutaneous medial fixation sutures for free flap inset after robot-assisted nipple-sparing mastectomy

Kim BS, Kuo WL, Cheong DCF, Lindenblatt N, Huang JJ

The application of minimal invasive mastectomy has allowed surgeons to perform nipplesparing mastectomy via a shorter, inconspicuous incision under clear vision and with more precise hemostasis. However, it poses new...
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Are the Outcomes of Breast Conservation Surgery Inferior to Those of Mastectomy in Patients with Stage II-IIIA Triple-Negative Breast Cancer?

Lee S, Kim HY, Jung YJ, Paik HJ, Kim DI, Jung CS, Kang SK, Kim JY, Lee S, Bae Y

Purpose: Breast conserving surgery (BCS) is generally not considered for breast cancer because of concerns about the poor prognosis of triple negative breast cancer (TNBC). We assessed the outcomes of...
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A Randomized Controlled Trial for Doing vs. Omitting Intraoperative Frozen Section Biopsy for Resection Margin Status in Selected Patients Undergoing Breast-Conserving Surgery (OFF-MAP Trial)

Yoo TK, Kang YJ, Jeong J, Song JY, Kang SH, Lee HY, Kim ET, Yi O, Lee HB, Choi S, Park HS, Gwak G, Kim JI, Kim MK, Lee J, Kang HJ, Chae BJ

Purpose: Intraoperative frozen section biopsy is used to reduce the margin positive rate and re-excision rate and has been reported to have high diagnostic accuracy. A majority of breast surgeons...
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Comparison of Long-Term Oncological Outcomes in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery and Conventional BreastConserving Surgery for Breast Cancer: A Propensity Score-Matched Analysis

Oh MY, Kim Y, Kim J, Cheun JH, Jung JG, Kim HK, Lee HB, Han W

Purpose: The oncoplastic breast-conserving surgery (OPS) technique, combined with the principles of oncological safety and plastic surgery, results in complete tumor resection while preserving the natural appearance of the breast....
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The effect of early arm exercise on drainage volume after total mastectomy and tissue expander insertion in breast cancer patients: a prospective study

Joo OY, Moon SJ, Lee DW, Lew DH, Lee WJ, Song SY

Background In prosthesis-based breast reconstruction patients, the drain tends to be kept in place longer than in patients who undergo only mastectomy. Postoperative arm exercise also increases the drainage volume....
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Reconstructive Outcomes of Extensive Soft-Tissue Defects after Palliative Mastectomy for Advanced Breast Cancer

Yoon T, Woo SJ, Jin US

Background: In advanced breast cancer, reconstruction can be performed depending on the patient’s situation, and can improve the subsequent treatment and quality of life. We examined the effect of reconstruction...
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Direct-to-implant breast reconstruction following nipple-sparing mastectomy: predictive factors of adverse surgical outcomes in Asian patients

Su CL, Yang JR, Kuo WL, Chen SC, Cheong DCF, Huang JJ

Background Direct-to-implant (DTI) breast reconstruction after nipple-sparing mastectomy (NSM) with the use of acellular dermal matrix (ADM) provides reliable outcomes; however, the use of ADM is associated with a higher...
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Early postoperative treatment of mastectomy scars using a fractional carbon dioxide laser: a randomized, controlled, split-scar, blinded study

Shin HW, Suk S, Chae SW, Yoon KC, Kim J

Background Mastectomy leaves unsightly scarring, which can be distressing to patients. Laser therapy for scar prevention has been consistently emphasized in recent studies showing that several types of lasers, including...
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Changes in Korean National Healthcare Insurance Policy and Breast Cancer Surgery Trend in Korea

Rayzah M, Ryu JM, Lee JH, Nam SJ, Kim SW, Lee SK, Yu J, Lee KT, Bang SI, Mun GH, Pyon JK, Jeon BJ, Lee JE

Background: Since April 2015, the Korean National Health Insurance (NHI) has reimbursed breast cancer patients, approximately 50% of the cost of the breast reconstruction (BR) procedure. We aimed to investigate...
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The Effects of Exercise Intervention for Post-Operative Breast Cancer Patients in Korea: A Systemic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials

Lee Ds, Kim Hs, Choi So, Kim Em

Purpose: This study aimed to systematically evaluate literature related to the effects of exercise intervention programs on physical or psychological variables of post-operative breast cancer patients in Korea, and identify...
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Management of Simon’s Grade III Gynecomastia through a Single Axillary Incision: A Report of 2 Cases

Min HK, Park YL

Gynecomastia is a proliferation of glandular tissue of the breast in male and it is the most commonly observed breast disease amongst male patients associated with the negative impact on...
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Mammography with a fully automated breast volumetric software as a novel method for estimating the preoperative breast volume prior to mastectomy

Kim JS, Bae K, Lee EJ, Bang M

Purpose: Increasing interest in maintaining a positive body image following breast cancer surgery has become an important aspect of reconstruction surgery. Volume matching of the reconstructed breast to natural breasts...
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