Quality of life after mastectomy with or without immediate breast reconstruction.
Published: 12th April 2017
Authors: J. Dauplat, F. Kwiatkowski, P. Rouanet, E. Delay, K. Clough, J. L. Verhaeghe et al.
Mastectomy with immediate breast reconstruction (
A large prospective multicentre survey,
A total of 595 patients were included from 22 French academic hospitals, of whom 407 (68·4 per cent) underwent
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