Immediate breast reconstruction using implants and acellular dermal matrix

Written by Prikhodko K.A., Ptukh E.Ya., Stegniy K.V.

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The article describes the author's technique of using acellular dermal matrix based on porcine collagen to cover the lower pole of the implant with simultaneous breast reconstruction with skin saving radical mastectomy. In the center of Surgery, Medical Center of Far Eastern Federal University from January 2014 to June 2016 operated on 35 patients using the developed technique. Excellent, good and satisfactory results were recorded in 19 (54 %), 12 (34 %) and 4 (12 %) cases (unsatisfactory results were not registered).

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K.A. Prikhodko1, E.Ya. Ptukh1, K.V. Stegniy2
1 Medical Centre of Far Eastern Federal University (Campus 25 Ayaks, Russkiy island, Vladivosotok 690000 Russian Federation),
2 Pacific State Medical University (2 Ostryakova Ave. Vladivostok 690950 Russian Federation)

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