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Safety and feasibility of breast lesion localization using magnetic seeds (Magseed): a multi-centre, open-label cohort study.
PURPOSE: Wire localization has several disadvantages, notably wire migration and difficulty scheduling the procedure close to surgery. Radioactive seed localization overcomes these disadvantages, but implementation is ...
Axillary tumour burden in women with one abnormal node on ultrasound compared to women with multiple abnormal nodes.
AIM: To determine if the number of abnormal nodes seen on preoperative axillaryultrasound (AUS) is a predictor of the number of positive nodes at histology for women with needle-biopsy-proven positive nodes. MATERIALS AND ...
The accuracy of breast volume measurement methods: A systematic review.
Breast volume is a key metric in breast surgery and there are a number of different methods which measure it. However, a lack of knowledge regarding a method's accuracy and comparability has made it difficult to establish ...
Development and assessment of a Microsoft Kinect based system for imaging the breast in three dimensions.
Three-dimensional surface imaging technologies have been used in the planning and evaluation of breast reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. The aim of this study was to develop a 3D surface imaging system based on the ...
Current trends in breast surgery.
Breast surgery has evolved significantly over the last decade. This includes developments in pre-operative assessment of patients and surgical options offered to patients. Oncoplastic breast surgery has emerged as a new ...
Axillary treatment for patients with early breast cancer and lymph node metastasis: systematic review protocol.
BACKGROUND: For patients with early breast cancer and lymph node metastasis, axillary treatment is widely recommended. This is either surgical removal of the axillary lymph nodes, or axillary radiotherapy. The rationale ...
INTRODUCTION: Breast pain may be cyclical (worse before a period) or noncyclical, originating from the breast or the chest wall, and occurs at some time in 70% of women. Cyclical breast pain resolves spontaneously in 20% ...