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"No-Touch" Enhancement Significantly Reduces the Risk of Infection-Related Failure in Immediate Breast Reconstruction.

Henry B Wilson,

PURPOSE:Infection rates in prosthetic breast reconstruction after mastectomy vary widely, ranging from 1% to 35%, with meta-analyses reporting average infection rates of greater than 5%. This infection rate of greater than 5% is unfortunate for one of today's most commonly performed plastic surgical procedures. In an attempt to reduce infectious ... Read more >>

Ann Plast Surg (Annals of plastic surgery)
[2019, 82(6S Suppl 5):S410-S416]

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Early Results Show Reduced Infection Rate Using No-touch Technique for Expander/ADM Breast Reconstruction.

Henry B Wilson,

Infection is a common complication of immediate breast reconstruction that often leads to device removal, a result emotionally devastating to the patient and frustrating for her surgeon. "No-touch" techniques have been used in other surgical disciplines and plastic surgery, but they have not been reported for breast reconstruction with tissue ... Read more >>

Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open (Plastic and reconstructive surgery. Global open)
[2015, 3(3):e317]

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Fat injection to correct contour deformities in the reconstructed breast.

Scott L Spear, Henry B Wilson, Michelle D Lockwood,

BACKGROUND:A ten-year, single-surgeon study of 37 patients from 1993 to 2003 who underwent fat injections to improve contour deformities in their reconstructed breasts was reviewed. METHODS:Fat was harvested from elsewhere in the body using a low-pressure syringe lipoaspiration system, washed gently with saline, and injected into depressions along the margins ... Read more >>

Plast. Reconstr. Surg. (Plastic and reconstructive surgery)
[2005, 116(5):1300-1305]

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