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March 2000
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Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomy: A Woman's Choice

Women diagnosed with breast cancer are confronted with many decisions regarding management. One of the decisions is whether or not to proceed with breast reconstruction following mastectomy.
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THE TRAM FLAP: Anatomy, Techniques, and Recovery

The TRAM flap was introduced in 1981 and is currently the most popular method of autogenous tissue breast reconstruction.
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Helping Breast Cancer Patients Recover from Surgery-Before Surgery

In the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation department of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, occupational therapists and physical therapists see breast cancer patients who are about to undergo surgery. What can occupational and physical therapists do for these women?
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Research Review

MRI Can Affect Treatment of Breast Cancer

Pregnancy and Women with BRCA1 and BRCA2 Gene Mutations

Regular Screening of Women with a Family History of Breast Cancer

Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

Patients Report High Satisfaction with Breast Cancer Clinic

New Technique for Identifying Breast Cancer Spread


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