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Significance of Infections in Implant Loss After Breast Reconstruction in the Course of Breast Cancer Treatment

Introduction In the last decade, there has been a marked increase in the frequency of breast implantation in patients undergoing surgical treatment for breast cancer. The percentage of patients having breast reconstruction after a mastectomy is as high as 36.4–43.3% (NCIN 2011; Ilonzo et al. 2017). However, this applies to data from specialized treatment centers for patients with breast cancer. In other facilities, the percentage does not usually exceed 20% of the cases of mastectomy (Alderman


Polish Journal of Microbiology , ISSUE 3, 343–351


The role of ultrasound and lymphoscintigraphy in the assessment of axillary lymph nodes in patients with breast cancer

Breast cancer is the most common malignancy and the leading cause of death due to cancer in European women. Mammography screening programs aimed to increase the detection of early cancer stages were implemented in numerous European countries. Recent data show a decrease in mortality due to breast cancer in many countries, particularly among young women. At the same time, the number of sentinel node biopsy procedures and breast-conserving surgeries has increased. Intraoperative sentinel lymph

Michał Nieciecki, Katarzyna Dobruch-Sobczak, Paweł Wareluk, Anna Gumińska, Ewa Białek, Marek Cacko, Leszek Królicki

Journal of Ultrasonography , ISSUE 64, 5–15


Monitoring the response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in patients with breast cancer using ultrasound scattering coefficient: A preliminary report

Introduction Neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NAC) was initially used in locally advanced breast cancer (LABC) and the inflammatory form of cancer to downstage locally inoperable disease. Currently, it is recommended for patients with Stage 3 and with early-stage disease with HER-2 (human epidermal growth factor receptors positive or triple-negative (TNBC) breast cancer(1,2). NAC reduces the tumor mass by inducing intracellular damage, which causes cell death and degeneration. Response to treatment

Katarzyna Dobruch-Sobczak, Hanna Piotrzkowska-Wróblewska, Ziemowit Klimoda, Wojciech Secomski, Piotr Karwat, Ewa Markiewicz-Grodzicka, Agnieszka Kolasińska-Ćwikła, Katarzyna Roszkowska-Purska, Jerzy Litniewski

Journal of Ultrasonography , ISSUE 77, 89–97


Breast ultrasound scans – surgeons’ expectations

Piotr Bednarski, Katarzyna Dobruch-Sobczak, Eryk Chrapowicki, Wiesław Jakubowski

Journal of Ultrasonography , ISSUE 61, 164–171


The Use of Travel Time to Measure Geographic Accessibility to Breast Screening Services in New South Wales, Australia Short Paper

Breast cancer is the leading cancer in women worldwide in both developed and developing countries (World Health Organization, 2014). In resource-constrained settings with very limited health system capacity and lack of early-detection programmes, the majority of women with breast cancer are diagnosed in the late stages and the overall five-year survival rate is very low, with a range of 10 to 40% (World Health Organization, 2014). The World Health Organisation (2018) has set a goal to increase

Deborah van Gaans, Neil Coffee, Theo Niyonsenga, Catherine Miles, Matthew Warner-Smith, Mark Daniel, David Roder, Daniel J. Weiss

South Australian Geographical Journal , ISSUE 1, 1–7

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