Plastic Surgery Northwest physicians provide excellent care to our patients, but also influence breast reconstruction nationally through cutting-edge research. Surgeons at Plastic Surgery Northwest have published over 120 peer-reviewed manuscripts in the medical literature, the majority of which are centered on breast cancer, breast cancer reconstruction, and patient safety after surgical procedures.
All of our published manuscripts can be viewed here.
Venous Thromboembolism following Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction: A Longitudinal Analysis of 12,778 Patients
The Use of a Barbed Self-Retaining Suture System in the Positioning and Manipulation of the Breast Mound During Reconstructive and Aesthetic Breast Surgery
The Impact of Acellular Dermal Matrix on Tissue Expander/Implant Loss in Breast Reconstruction: An Analysis of the Tracking Outcomes and Operations in Plastic Surgery Database
Breast Reconstruction with Free Abdominal Flaps Is Associated with Persistent Lower Extremity Venous Stasis
Adequacy of Fixed-Dose Heparin Infusions for Venous Thromboembolism Prevention after Microsurgical Procedures
FEASIBILITY OF THE INTERNAL MAMMARY LYMPH NODE FLAP AS A VASCULARIZED LYMPH NODE TRANSFER: A CADAVERIC DISSECTION STUDY
MEDICINAL LEECHES FOR SURGICALLY UNCORRECTABLE VENOUS CONGESTION AFTER FREE FLAP BREAST RECONSTRUCTION
Loupes-Only Microsurgery is a Safe Alternative to the Operating Microscope: An Analysis of 1,649 Consecutive Free Flap Breast Reconstructions
The effect of abdominal wall plication on intra-abdominal pressure and lower extremity venous flow: A case report*
Increased Lower Extremity Venous Stasis May Contribute to Deep Venous Thrombosis Formation after Microsurgical Breast Reconstruction—An Ultrasonographic Study
Dr. Pannucci discusses Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day & NorthwestBreastCenter.com on KHQ Spokane