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1 Preoperative assessment and planning of the aesthetic breast patient
2 Current status of breast implants
3 Primary breast augmentation with implants
4 Autologous Fat Transfer: Fundamental Principles & Application for Breast Augmentation
5 Composite breast augmentation (fat and implants)
6 Augmentation mastopexy
7 Mastopexy with suture threads
8 Dermal suspension mastopexy after weight loss
9 Prevention and management of complications following breast augmentation and mastopexy
10 Reduction mammaplasty with short scar techniques
11 Reduction mammaplasty with inverted T techniques
12 Breast implant illness: Diagnosis and management
13 Breast Implant Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL): Diagnosis and Management
14 A Critical Analysis of Irrigation Solutions in Breast Surgery
15 Imaging and surveillance in patients with breast implants
16 Breast Implant Explantation: Indications and Strategies to Optimize Aesthetic Outcomes
17 Management Strategies for Gynecomastia
18 Management Options for Gender Affirmation Surgery of the Breast
19 Preoperative Evaluation and Planning for Breast Reconstruction Following Mastectomy
20 Current strategies for partial and total mastectomy
21 Perfusion assessment techniques following mastectomy and reconstruction
22 Introduction to Prosthetic Breast Reconstruction
23 One- and two-stage prepectoral reconstruction with prosthetic devices
24 One-stage Dual Plane Reconstruction with Prosthetic Devices
25 Two-stage Dual Plane Reconstruction with Prosthetic Devices
26 One- and two-stage prosthetic reconstruction with total muscle coverage
27 Skin Reduction Using “Smile Mastopexy” Technique in Breast Reconstruction
28 Management of Complications of Prosthetic Breast Reconstruction
29 Secondary refinement procedures following prosthetic breast reconstruction
30 Introduction to autologous reconstruction with abdominal free flaps
31 Breast reconstruction with the pedicle TRAM flap
32 Breast reconstruction with the latissimus dorsi flap
33 Autologous breast reconstruction with the DIEP flap
34 Autologous breast reconstruction with the Free TRAM flap
35 Autologous reconstruction with the SIEA flap
36 Introduction to autologous reconstruction with alternative free flaps
37 Autologous breast reconstruction with gluteal flaps
38 Autologous breast reconstruction with medial thigh flaps
39 Autologous breast reconstruction with posterior thigh flaps
40 Autologous reconstruction with the lumbar free flap
41 Hybrid breast reconstruction: Flaps and Implants
42 Innervation of autologous flaps
43 Autologous breast reconstruction with stacked flaps
44 Management of complications following autologous reconstruction
45 ERAS protocols in breast surgery: Techniques and outcomes
46 Secondary procedures following autologous reconstruction
47 Introduction to oncoplastic breast surgery
48 Oncoplastic breast reconstruction: Reduction and mastopexy techniques
49 Oncoplastic breast reconstruction: Local flap Techniques
50 Surgical and non-surgical Management of lymphedema
51 Breast reconstruction and radiation therapy: indications, techniques and outcomes
52 Robotic assisted autologous breast reconstruction
53 Total Breast Reconstruction by External Vacuum Expansion (EVE) & Autologous Fat Transfer (AFT)
54 Current options for nipple reconstruction

Comprehensive and fully up to date, the six-volume Plastic Surgery remains the gold standard text in this complex area of surgery. Completely revised to meet the demands of both the trainee and experienced surgeon, Breast, Volume 5 of Plastic Surgery, 5th Edition, features new, full-color clinical photos, procedural videos, lectures, and authoritative coverage of hot topics in the field. Editor-narrated video presentations offer a step-by-step audio-visual walkthrough of techniques and procedures.

• New chapters cover composite breast augmentation (fat and implants), mastopexy after massive weight loss, breast implant illness, and management options for gender affirmation surgery of the breast; coverage throughout includes new, pioneering translational work shaping the future of breast plastic surgery.
• New digital video preface by Dr. Peter C. Neligan addresses the changes across all six volumes.
• New treatment and decision-making algorithms added to chapters where applicable.
• New video lectures and editor-narrated slide presentations offer a step-by-step audiovisual walkthrough of techniques and procedures.
• Evidence-based advice from an expanded roster of international experts allows you to apply the very latest advances in breast plastic surgery and ensure optimal outcomes.
• Purchase this volume individually or own the entire set, with the ability to search across all six volumes online!
• An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures and references, with the ability to search, customize your content, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud.

• Maurice Y Nahabedian, MD, FACS, Georgetown University Hospital, Department of Plastic Surgery, Washington, DC.
• Peter C. Neligan, MB, FRCS(I), FRCSC, FACS, Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA