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Minerva Chirurgica 2004 December;59(6):583-8

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The ''central'' quadrantectomy. Introducing a new reconstruction technique after excision of the central sub- and periareolar portion of the breast

Gallucci M., Staikopoulos G., Degli Albizi S., Gallucci G., Politi L., Crisci C.


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A new method is presented for the closure of a central cylindrical breast exeresis, embracing, full thickness, the skin and the gland. For this reconstruction, performed without altering the original shape of the breast, without removing any additional healthy tissue, we used a skin-gland flap rotated from the inferior quadrant to correct the defect.

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