A recent study by the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center has found that an increasing number of breast cancer patients are declining reconstructive breast mound surgery after mastectomy and choosing to "go flat" instead. Lead researcher Deanna Attai, MD told Verywell that she wanted to conduct the study because she noticed that modern surgical literature's claims about breast reconstruction after mastectomy did not necessarily match the voices of breast cancer patients in online communities. They are there supporting others. For the study, her team surveyed women who had "gone flat—either because it was their personal choice or because there was a medical reason that a breast reconstruction would not be possible. The survey indicated that most of the patients were happy with their decision not to have breast reconstruction. In these cases, a surgeon might have done one or more of the following:.
False breast shape (prosthesis) after breast cancer surgery
Mastectomy - Mayo Clinic
A breast reconstruction is surgery to make a new breast after removal of the breast tissue. The surgeon creates a new breast shape using tissue from another part of your body, or an implant, or both. Some women choose not to have reconstruction. Or you might have it some months or years afterwards delayed reconstruction. Whenever possible you should be able to choose when you have a reconstruction operation. You will have time to talk to your surgeon or specialist nurses and ask any questions you have. They may have photographs to show you of women who have had a breast reconstruction.
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Surgery to remove your breast (mastectomy)
A breast prosthesis is an artificial breast shape that sits inside your bra to replace all or part of your breast. You use a prosthesis after you have surgery to remove the whole breast mastectomy. These are called partial prosthesis. Some women may have a delayed breast reconstruction after a mastectomy.
Find information about coronavirus and breast cancer surgery. A mastectomy is performed under general anesthesia. So, you are asleep during the surgery. The surgeon removes all of the breast tissue.