Following a modified radical mastectomy and radiotherapy, this patient was disease free. Prof Wilson performed Breast Reconstruction surgery using a free TRAM (Transverse Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous) flap. The restored left breast fitted harmoniously with the right one.
Prof Wilson operated on this patient to reconstruct her breast using a pedicled TRAM flap from her abdomen. The patient was disease free for 6 months before the surgery.
Following a modified radical mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, this patient was disease free. Prof Wilson performed a pedicled TRAM flap to reconstruct her left breast from the abdomen. Subsequently, he reduced the size of the normal right side to match the reconstructed side, and a nipple was reconstructed.
Prof Wilson operated on this patient with early Breast Cancer. He performed a subcutaneous mastectomy, and an immediate breast reconstruction surgery using a silicone implant.
Following a modified radical mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, this patient was disease free. Prof Wilson reconstructed her Right breast 1 year later using a free TRAM flap from the abdomen.
This patient underwent a skin-sparing mastectomy, and a saline expander was inserted at the time of the surgery. Prof Wilson gradually inflated it until the desired size was attained, then he replaced by a permanent silicone implant.