In the last decades, the trend for surgical treatment for mammalian cancer is to be less mutilating face of an improvement of the results in terms of free disease survival and life expectance, thanks to the synergy between chemo-radiotherapy and surgery. In this context, the aesthetical result start to be as important as the oncological results. Therefore, we propose a new way to make the surgical incision, which allow a good cicatrisation even if the patient will receive radiotherapy after surgery. The limit of this paper is that we defect in statistical data analysis but, for now, the aim is only to propose a new way to make the surgical incision.

Conservation of Mammalian Cone: New Surgical Incision for Quadrantectomy

Rossana Percario
;
Roberto Cotellese
;
2019

Abstract

In the last decades, the trend for surgical treatment for mammalian cancer is to be less mutilating face of an improvement of the results in terms of free disease survival and life expectance, thanks to the synergy between chemo-radiotherapy and surgery. In this context, the aesthetical result start to be as important as the oncological results. Therefore, we propose a new way to make the surgical incision, which allow a good cicatrisation even if the patient will receive radiotherapy after surgery. The limit of this paper is that we defect in statistical data analysis but, for now, the aim is only to propose a new way to make the surgical incision.
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