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Breast Cancer Overview
Breast cancer treatment typically involves a combination of surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and/or hormonal therapy, depending on the stage and type of cancer, as well as the patient's overall health and other factors.
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A lumpectomy is a surgical procedure in which a breast tumor and a small amount of surrounding tissue are removed, while leaving the rest of the breast intact. This procedure is also known as breast-conserving surgery.
A mastectomy is a surgical procedure in which the entire breast is removed. This procedure is typically used to treat breast cancer, particularly in cases where the cancer is large or has spread to other parts of the breast.
Implant-associated cancer, also known as breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), is a rare type of cancer that can develop in some women who have breast implants. It is not a type of breast cancer, but rather a cancer of the immune system that can develop in the scar tissue and fluid around the breast implant.
Lymphatic reconstruction is a surgical procedure that aims to restore proper lymphatic drainage in the body. This procedure is often performed in individuals who have had lymph nodes removed or damaged due to cancer treatment, injury, or congenital abnormalities.