Technological advances improve breast cancer detection, breast reconstruction

10/25/2013 | KVUE-TV (Austin, Texas)

Ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging and digital mammography aid in detecting breast cancer, though they do not negate the need for monthly self-exams or screening by a physician, plastic surgeon Jennifer Walden said. Health care providers increasingly take a team approach to treating breast cancer that includes a plastic surgeon, and federal legislation mandates insurance coverage for reconstruction, including tissue expansion, Walden said. Microsurgery and other new techniques that improve survival of autologous tissue have opened up more options for cancer patients, she said.

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