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To evaluate retrospectively factors influencing the cosmetic outcome after conservative treatment for breast cancer.
From 1988 until 1992, 164 patients were treated with conservative surgery (quadrantectomy) and radiotherapy with 60Co (50 Gy on the whole breast) plus 10 Gy on the
Breast-conserving therapy is widely accepted as an appropriate method of primary treatment of T1 and T2 breast cancers that measure up to 5 cm. For safe and cosmetically acceptable breast-conserving therapy in patients with larger breast cancers, the tumor volume has to be reduced preoperatively,
The estimation of cosmetic effect in 93 patients with early breast cancer treated with breast conserving surgery (BCS) followed by combined radiotherapy, including HDR brachytherapy (HDR-BT) boost.
After BCS (tumorectomy or quadrantectomy) external beam radiation therapy (EBRT) was
The purpose of this work was to identify parameters influencing the risk of late radiation side effects, fair or poor cosmetic outcomes (COs) and pain in breast cancer patients after breast-conserving therapy (BCT) and three-dimensional conformal radiotherapy (3D-CRT).
To evaluate late toxicity and cosmetic outcome after intraoperative radiotherapy using electrons (ELIOT) as sole treatment modality in early breast cancer patients.
A total of 119 patients selected randomly among 1200 cases was analyzed. Late toxicities were documented using the
Breast cancer patients treated by primary radiation therapy who have positive axillary lymph nodes now typically receive adjuvant chemotherapy. In order to evaluate the effect of adjuvant chemotherapy on the response of the breast to radiation treatment, we compared the cosmetic results of 49
Patients with operable breast cancer were treated at the University of Kansas Medical Center with lumpectomy, peri-operative interstitial Iridium, and external beam radiotherapy, and concomitant adjuvant chemotherapy in a majority of node positive cases. Examination of the cosmetic results in 85
To assess the cosmetic results in relation to treatment technique, we retrospectively reviewed the results for 1159 Stage I-II breast cancer patients treated with conservative surgery and radiotherapy between 1970-1985. All patients underwent gross excision followed by radiation therapy including an
An overview of advances and controversies in the management of breast cancer and their impact on plastic breast surgery is presented, including prophylactic mastectomy for women at high risk of breast cancer, size and location of the primary tumor and feasibility of breast-conserving surgery and
Adjuvant chemotherapy (CT) is increasingly being used in conjunction with radiation therapy (RT) in the treatment of early stage breast cancer. To assess the effect of CT on the cosmetic outcome of the irradiated breast, we retrospectively reviewed the cosmetic results of patients who received
To evaluate the cosmetic outcome of breast conservative therapy and to examine the degree of agreement between the patients' and oncologists' ratings. We also analyze the influence of several factors on cosmesis.
We retrospectively evaluated 145 patients with primary breast cancer
To evaluate the cosmetic outcome of conservative surgery (CS) and radiation therapy (RT) for early-stage breast cancer and its stability over time, we reviewed the records of 593 patients treated from 1968 to 1981. The breast appearance was scored as "excellent," "good," "fair," or "poor". Median
This paper describes the evaluation of a personal series of 106 breast cancer patients, aged 28-75 years (average, 54), treated between 1988 and 1971, to determine the success of a conservative protocol proposed as a means of combining radicality with a better cosmetic result, less
The aim of this study was to evaluate the factors that determine esthetic outcome after breast cancer conservative treatment, based on a consensual classification obtained with an international consensus panel. Photographs were taken from 120 women submitted to conservative unilateral breast cancer
Oncoplastic surgery (OPS) has emerged as a new approach for extending breast conserving surgery (BCS) possibilities, reducing both mastectomy and re-excision rates, while avoiding breast deformities. OPS is based upon the integration of plastic surgery techniques for immediate reshaping after wide