Learn all about necrosis in the human body, including the many ways that necrosis can happen and how it is treated.
You may have been told you have fat necrosis after experiencing a trauma or having breast cancer surgery. Learn the symptoms, causes, and treatments.
Tissue engineering can help repair skin, cartilage, the heart, and, bone using biomaterials like cells. Learn more about what it is and why it's important.
Gangrene is the death (necrosis) of a part of the body such as toes, fingers, or intestines that may result in amputation. Learn more about prevention.
Learn more about a TRAM flap breast reconstruction, which uses muscle, fat, and skin from your abdomen to create a new breast after a mastectomy.
The IGAP flap is an autologous tissue flap procedure that uses fat and skin from your lower buttock to create a new breast mound after a mastectomy.
A debridement is a surgical procedure to removed dead, infected, or contaminated tissue from a wound to promote prompt healing.
A mastectomy is the surgical removal of one or more breasts to treat or prevent breast cancer. Learn about the different types of mastectomy procedures and what to expect during recovery.
Learn about the difference between a benign or noncancerous breast lump and a cancerous one, including potential symptoms and how they are diagnosed.
Learn about the latissimus dorsi breast construction method, including advantages and disadvantages and what to expect.
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