Breast Reconstruction Cases

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Breast Reconstruction – Case 21

This 73 year-old woman developed cancer in her right breast. She is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 198 pounds. She had large breasts and decided to keep her breasts by undergoing breast conservation therapy.   A Fort Worth breast oncology surgeon removed her cancer by doing a partial mastectomy/lumpectomy.  Dr. Kunkel used oncoplastic breast …

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Breast Reconstruction – Case 22

This 50 year-old woman was found to have cancer in her left breast. She is 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 229 pounds. She wanted to keep her breasts rather than undergo mastectomies.  Using a breast conservation therapy approach, a Fort Worth breast oncology surgeon performed a left partial mastectomy/lumpectomy.  Dr. Kunkel rearranged the …

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Breast Reconstruction – Case 23

This 41 year-old woman developed cancer in her right breast.  She is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds.  To treat the cancer a Fort Worth breast oncology surgeon performed bilateral mastectomies.  Dr. Kunkel reconstructed each breast with a tissue expander.  The expanders were replaced 3 1/2 months later with 510 ml round …

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Breast Reconstruction – Case 24

This 69 year-old woman had previously undergone a left mastectomy to treat her left breast cancer.  She decided to have her right breast removed to prevent her from getting cancer in that breast.  A breast oncology surgeon performed the right mastectomy in a Fort Worth hospital.  Dr. Kunkel reconstructed both breasts with tissue expanders at …

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