radical mastectomy

NOUN
  1. removal of a breast and the underlying muscles (pectoralis major and pectoralis minor) and lymph nodes in the adjacent armpit
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How To Use radical mastectomy In A Sentence

  • Objective To investigate the mental health of breast cancer patients after breast conserving surgery and modified radical mastectomy respectively.
  • For these women the recommended treatment is often modified radical mastectomy.
  • Halsted called this procedure the “radical mastectomy,” using the word radical in the original Latin sense to mean “root”; he was uprooting cancer from its very source. The Emperor of All Maladies
  • Objective To investigate the mental health of breast cancer patients after breast conserving surgery and modified radical mastectomy respectively.
  • The rest of the pamphlet contained a list of treatment options ranging from modified radical mastectomy to hormonal therapy.
  • Objective To investigate organism celluar immunologic function of early breast cancer and the effect of modified radical mastectomy and postoperative early chemotherapy.
  • Stages I and II are locally operable and are generally treated by modified radical mastectomy.
  • Methods:Total of 134 mastocarcinoma patients underwent modified radical mastectomy. Different incisions were used randomly and discuss heal and complications.
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