Screening programs are able to identify early breast cancer; the breast conserving surgery with oncoplastic glandular reshaping should be an established custom to ensure oncological safety with the best cosmetic result. The oncoplastic approach to breast cancer should be the theoretical and practical knowledge of the breast surgeon. Today in fact the breast surgeon must be a “vertical surgeon” in order to treat cancer completely, interfaced with a multidisciplinary team to ensure a personalized treatment for each patient. In this presentation the Authors want to focus on oncoplastic surgery in a medium flow suburban hospital.
Oncoplastic techniques extend the scope for breast conserving surgery by combining an extensive local excision with a simultaneous reconstruction of the defect to avoid local deformity. For breast cancer is possible to fill the defect of the lower inner lumpectomy by splitting the upper inner quadrant. The Authors describe a novel technique in giant breast.
The Authors describe a new procedure using oxidized regenerated cellulose polymer for breast cancer. Oncoplastic breast surgery allows a more radical local tumour excision achieving an acceptable cosmetic result. Breast reshaping absorbs the volume loss and decreases the risk of a localized defect although there are zones that are at high risk of deformity. Once reabsorption of the seroma occurs, the excision cavity becomes prominent due to fibrosis and retraction of the surrounding tissue creating a noticeable defect. In oncoplastic breast surgery the oxidized regenerated cellulose by preventing the hematoma, can promote dermal fibroblasts proliferation and cell migration playing a role in adjustment of the shape, volume and symmetry of the breast and reducing skin retraction.