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April 2023

Breast Reconstruction
Neil Tanna, MD, MBA, FACS, Editor

Breast reconstruction has evolved significantly in the past generation. Historically, postmastectomy breast reconstruction was largely limited to subpectoral two-staged prosthetic reconstruction and autologous abdominal flap-based reconstruction. Today, the armamentarium of breast reconstruction methods is enhanced with options such as direct-to-implant reconstruction, prepectoral implant reconstruction, alternative flap reconstruction, hybrid breast reconstruction, and breast neurotization, to name a few.

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