Lumpectomy

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A lumpectomy is a surgery done to remove any benign or cancerous lump from the breast tissue. Often used instead of removing the entire breast in a mastectomy, this procedure may be followed by radiation or chemotherapy.

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Thank you...for helping me feel normal again.

AMAZING! Dr. Geppert did an amazing job helping me feel whole again. Thanks to her, other than a small scar under my arm, you will never be able to tell I had a lumpectomy. Talented, Motivator, Amazing! READ MORE

59 Yo Male

I had a lump removed from the back of my head. I'd had it a very long time and it was increasing in size so I decided to have it removed in case it burst and caused me problems. The operation went smoothly. There wasn't much pain....I only took panadol forte once the evening of the operation.... READ MORE

36 Year Old Male, Found Lump in Right Breast - Staten Island, NY

Over the course of about a year, I developed a lump in my right breast underneath my nipple. I had hoped it would go away, but as time passed it became sensitive to touch and very painful. I was a little nervous to say the least. Once I met with Dr. Vitolo, he put my mind at ease. He made me... READ MORE

Knowledgeable and Considerate Doctor - Macon, GA

I went into the office for an initial appointment of multiple cyst removal. Dr. PERROFSKY was very kind and explained the condition and why it happens. He also explained all the possible treatments for the condition and which one he thought was best for me. I didn't feel uncomfortable and all... READ MORE

Very Happy with the Results. Newport Beach, CA

I'm very happy with the outcome of the surgery. Not a bad experience at all. I went home the same day of the procedure. I started feeling better after 2 days and I have recovered faster that I expected. I wouldn't hesitate to go back to Dr. Savalia if I need another procedure in the future... READ MORE

Breast Cancer Lumpectomy with Bilateral Symmetry Surgery on Both Breasts. Newport Beach, CA

My motivation was to rid my body of breast cancer. I discovered I was a candidate for oncoplastic breast surgery (oncologic and aesthetic breast surgery at the same time) and my dream team included Dr. Savalia. I am very happy with my results and encourage anyone in a similar situation to not... READ MORE

Recommended. - Smithtown, NY

Although some reviewers say he was unprofessional, it may be true in the strict sense of the word. He came in light hearted, joked around, made me feel at ease and took care of a skin cancer in 2 visits. Answered all my questions, took my phone calls and did what needed to be done. So if your... READ MORE

Bilateral Mastectomy with Expanders. Beverly Hills, CA

Dr Ritu Chopra was recommended to me by my cancer surgeon Dr Kristi Funk.January 2014 through April I had appointments in their Beverly Hills and Rancho Mirage Ca offices.Dr Chopra and his entire staffat both locations are kind,flexible and professional.I am one year cancer free and am 100%... READ MORE

After Brest Cancer Surgery (Lumpectomy) - Montreal, QC

I had 2 tumors removed from 1 breast and had a big dent - small breast - not much tissue left Dr. Fouda Neel injected some fat in one breast and did breast lift on the second one about 70% injected fat was absorbed, because of the radiation I had after the cancer surgery Breasts look better... READ MORE

Lumpectomy for Breast Cancer with a Bi-lateral Breast Reduction. Wellesley, MA

The amount of tissue in the cancer breast that had to be removed would have left an unsightly result. Rather than a mastectomy, I opted for a lumpectomy immediately followed by a bilateral reduction and lift. Fortunately I had large enough breasts to be able to do this (DD). Since I'm only... READ MORE

Breast Seroma Developed After Lumpectomy

After lumpectomy in my breast a seroma developed. It has been drained 4 times in the last 2 years. Now I am experiencing pain in my arm. My doctor is telling me only to watch it. For how long? and what can be done? Can it get cancerous? Thanks for your answer in advance. READ MORE

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