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Photo Gallery: Breast Reconstruction

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Dr. Emily Williams Breast Reconstruction
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Case: 2151

Surgeon: Emily A. Williams, MD

 

Surgery: Bilateral nipple sparing mastectomies and reconstruction with TUG flaps.

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Case: 22768475

Surgeon: Janelle Sousa, MD

 

Surgery: Left oncoplastic breast reduction, wise pattern skin excision, superior nipple pedicle

Diagnosis: Personal history of left breast cancer, Status post left breast lumpectomy, Symptomatic macromastia

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Case: 681

Surgeon: Emily A. Williams, MD

 

Surgery: Bilateral Breast Reconstruction using Muscle Sparing TRAM Flaps and Placement of Mesh for Reinforcement.

Diagnosis: Right Breast Cancer.

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Case: 682

Surgeon: Emily A. Williams, MD

 

Surgery: Breast Reconstruction following lumpectomy and radiation

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer

Right breast reconstruction using tissue rearrangement 10 days following lumpectomy, left breast reduction was done for symmetry prior to radiation.

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Case: 22766700

Surgeon: Janelle Sousa, MD

 

Surgery: Bilateral breast reconstruction using free abdominal tissue DIEP flaps following bilateral nipple sparing mastectomy.

Diagnosis: Personal history of breast cancer.

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Case: 1259

36 year old with Implant based reconstruction following radiation treatment with use of tissue expanders

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Case: 1507

Surgery: Right breast reduction for symmetry, Fat grafting for treatment of left lumpectomy deformity and right tethered port scar, totaling 40 cc

Diagnosis: Breast asymmetry following left lumpectomy and radiation, Right macromastia, breast deformity due to tethering at the site of lumpectomy, Tethered right upper chest port scar

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Case: 468

Surgeon: Emily A. Williams, MD

Surgery: Bilateral breast reconstruction with muscle-sparing free TRAM flaps.

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer.

Bilateral breast reconstruction with muscle-sparing free TRAM flaps.

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Case: 699

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

Surgery: Bilateral Breast Reconstruction with Tissue Expander Placement and Alloderm Placement for Breast Soft Tissue Reinforcement

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer.

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Case: 22745858

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

Surgery: Bilateral breast reconstruction using DIEP flaps with abdominal mesh placement for reinforcement of abdominal wall, followed by revisions and fat grafting from flank to breasts, followed by nipple reconstruction and areola tattooing

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer.

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Case: 700

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

 

Surgery: Bilateral Breast Reconstruction using DIEP and mesh followed by bilateral nipple reconstruction and fat grafting to breasts

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer

Bilateral delayed breast reconstruction using free abdominal tissue. Patient was 11 months out from bilateral mastectomies, chemotherapy and radiation. Revisions and nipple reconstruction were done during separate procedures.

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Case: 609

Surgeon:  Chad K. Wheeler, MD

Surgery: Bilateral Breast Reconstruction using Tissue Expanders

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer

Bilateral implant based breast reconstruction following simple mastectomies. Reconstruction was done in 4 stages with procedures done approximately 3 months apart. Initial placement of tissue expanders followed by breast revisions and placement of permanent implants, followed by nipple reconstruction and the final stage of nipple tattooing.

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Case: 608

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

 

Surgery: Bilateral Nipple Sparing Mastectomies with immediate Breast Reconstruction using Tissue Expanders.

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer

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Case: 607

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

 

Surgery: Breast Reconstruction using Tissue Expanders

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer.

Bilateral implant based breast reconstruction using done in 4 stages with approximately 3 months in between each procedure. Initial placement of tissue expanders followed by breast revisions and placement of permanent implants, followed by nipple reconstruction and additional revisions with fat grafting, followed with the final step of 3D nipple tattooing.

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Case: 606

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

 

Surgery: Breast Reconstruction using tissue expanders.

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer.

Bilateral implant based breast reconstruction following bilateral simple mastectomies. 4 stages of reconstruction staged approximately 3 months in between each procedure. Tissue Expanders and Alloderm placement followed by bilateral breast revisions and placement of permanent silicone implants, followed by nipple reconstruction and additional revisions with fat grafting, followed by the final stage of nipple tattooing.

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Case: 22764843

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

 

Surgery: Breast Reconstruction using Tissue Expanders

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer.

Bilateral implant based breast reconstruction using done in 4 stages with approximately 3 months in between each procedure. Initial placement of tissue expanders followed by breast revisions and placement of permanent implants, followed by nipple reconstruction and additional revisions with fat grafting, followed with the final step of 3D nipple tattooing.

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Case: 605

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

 

Surgery: Bilateral breast reconstruction using tissues expanders following prophylactic nipple sparing mastectomies

Diagnosis: Strong family history of breast cancer

Bilateral breast reconstruction using tissues expanders following prophylactic nipple sparing mastectomies. Reconstruction was done in 2 stages: 1. Placement of tissue expanders and Alloderm, 2. Breast revisions and placement of permanent, silicone implants

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Case: 3602

59 year old woman with left breast cancer, who is eight months from Stage I nipple sparing mastectomy through lateral radial incision and tissue expanders, and 3.5 months from Stage II tissue expander to implant exchange.

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Case: 1343

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer

Bilateral immediate breast reconstruction using DIEP flaps, followed by revisions and fat grafting from flank to breasts, followed by nipple reconstruction and cosmetic flank liposuction, followed by areola tattooing.

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Case: 521

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

 

Surgery: Bilateral breast reconstruction with DIEP flaps

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer.

Bilateral breast reconstruction with muscle-sparing free TRAM flaps

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Case: 520

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

 

Surgery:  Bilateral Breast Reconstruction Using Free Abdominal Tissue, DIEP Flaps

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer

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Case: 518

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

 

Surgery: Bilateral Immediate Breast Reconstruction DIEP Flaps, followed by Revisions and Fat Grafting from Flanks to Breasts, followed by Nipple Reconstruction and Areola Tattooing

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer.

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Breast Reconstruction After

Case: 517

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

 

Surgery: Bilateral Breast Reconstruction using DIEP flaps, Followed by Revisions, Nipple Reconstruction and Areola Tattooing

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer

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Breast Reconstruction After

Case: 516

Surgeon: Chad K. Wheeler, MD

 

Surgery: Bilateral Immediate Breast Reconstruction DIEP Flaps, followed by Revisions and Fat Grafting from Flanks to Breasts, followed by Nipple Reconstruction and Areola Tattooing

Diagnosis: Breast Cancer.

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