abnormalities - including accidental burns or lacerations, or removal of tissue
during cancer surgery - call for a wide range of possible treatments including
skin grafts and flap surgery for burns or lacerations, or complete breast
reconstruction following a mastectomy.
more on the topic on the Web at top sites offering facts and information, pictures
and illustrations, and questions to ask your doctor or surgeon before undergoing
any reconstruction surgery procedure...
Reconstructive Procedures - Extensive guide to reconstructive surgery, planning and preparation for breast reconstruction, cleft lip and palate repair, tissue expansion, flap surgery and microsurgery, hand
surgery and other reconstructive procedures, related illustrations.
- Facial Injuries & Disorders - One-stop browsing for links to directories,
organizations, facts and information on facial plastic surgeons, corrective jaw
surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, congenital syndromes and conditions.
Reconstruction After Mastectomy
- From the American Cancer Society with an extensive guide to the topic including
types of breast reconstruction, nipple and areola reconstruction, preparing for
surgery, post-operative care, information on breast reconstruction and cancer
recurrence, related glossary, resources.