Tag Archive 'Implante mamario'

Lunes 23 / abril / 2012

Late haematoma and seroma in patients with silicone mammary prosthesis: Our reports and literature review

Filed under: Artículos recomendados antiguos — Dr. Pável Reyes Rodríguez — abril 23rd, 2012 — 11:11 AM

Late haematoma and seroma in patients with silicone mammary prosthesis:  Our reports and literature review
N. Cheng, B. Chen, Q. Li, D. Wu, L. Zhu, X. Zhang, Y. Chen
J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg. 2011 July;64(7):e185-e186.

jprasLate haematomas and seromas (aprox. 4 months postoperatively) in breasts with silicone prosthesis have been reported. Since 2001, there have only four patients with such delayed complication visiting our hospitals. The purpose of this literature review and our case presentation is to have more understanding about the clinical symptoms, surgical managements and relationship with implants for this late complication.

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Jueves 8 / marzo / 2012

Subpectoral and precapsular implant repositioning technique: correction of capsular contracture and implant malposition.

Filed under: Artículos recomendados antiguos — Dr. Pável Reyes Rodríguez — marzo 8th, 2012 — 11:23 AM

Subpectoral and precapsular implant repositioning technique: correction of capsular contracture and implant malposition
Lee HK, Jin US, Lee YH.
Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2011 Dec;35(6):1126-32.

cover-mediumAlthough capsule formation is a natural-healing process following breast augmentation using implants, a contracted capsule around a poorly positioned implant can act as an obstacle during the corrective procedure to reposition the implant. The ideal treatment of capsular contracture is removal of the capsule and covering the implant with a healthy envelope without scar tissue. However, total capsulectomy in the submuscular space may be difficult, especially if the capsule is firmly attached to the chest wall. This situation may require a highly skilled technique because aggressive capsulectomy could injure the intercostal muscles and vasculature and cause further complications such as pneumothorax. Therefore, the authors have developed a new, less traumatic method of leaving the capsule behind the new implant.

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