Oncoplastic Reconstruction – Case 1

A hematoma after her biopsy stains the skin in the per-op views. A combined lumpectomy for breast cancer and reconstruction using local flaps and a breast lift result in a pleasing breast shape even after radiation (post-op/post radiation)


Oncoplastic Reconstruction – Case 2

Challenging situations arise when called upon to do immediate reconstruction on a lumpectomy defect when the breast is quite large, uneven to start, and the anticipated lumpectomy on the smaller breast will be sizable. However, here a combination of auto-augmentation flaps with breast lift and opposite lift/reduction have both improved symmetry and made her breasts significantly more attractive.


Oncoplastic Reconstruction – Case 3

In this case a left breast cancer required excision by a breast surgeon. Combined lumpectomy and immediate reconstruction using breast reduction and auto-augmentation local flap technique allowed for complete reconstruction and a better looking breast!


Oncoplastic Reconstruction – Case 5

Autoaugmentation mastopexy (breast lift) means: using all saggy tissue to lift and can simulate an implant look. This case however, was done for breast cancer. rather that mastectomy, she underwent a lumpectomy and I corrected (filled) the defect in the same surgery as the cancer removal with the same principles as “autoaugmentation”: moving her breast tissue around. A great result for oncoplastic reconstruction.


Oncoplastic Reconstruction – Case 6

This patient opted for left lumpectomy and reconstruction using local flaps and oncoplastic reconstruction and opposite right breast reduction to match.

An amazing camouflage and great outcome.


Oncoplastic Reconstruction – Case 7

This patient presented with right breast cancer and underwent a combined extended lumpectomy (partial mastectomy) and immediate reconstruction with local flaps yielding a breast lift/reduction.  A fine solution for a breast cancer problem.


Oncoplastic Reconstruction – Case 8

This patient presented with left breast cancer.  She chose an extensive lumpectomy and immediate reconstruction with local flaps and opposite breast lift/reduction.  She is shown only a month later with a fine cosmetic result.


Oncoplastic Reconstruction – Case 9

This patient presented with left breast cancer.  She underwent left partial mastectomy and immediate reconstruction using local flaps along with a right breast reduction.  She is shown after completion of radiation.  A great solution for a cancer operation and a fine result.


Oncoplastic Reconstruction – Case 10

This patient presented with breast cancer. She elected to undergo partial mastectomy. I did a local breast flap combined with lift/reduction pattern to simultaneously reconstruct her.