• Overview

    Breast cancer surgery is a crucial aspect of breast cancer treatment, involving the removal of cancerous tissue through surgical procedures. It can be employed as a standalone treatment or in conjunction with chemotherapy, hormone therapy, targeted therapy, and radiation therapy. In cases of individuals with a heightened risk of breast cancer, surgery may even be considered to reduce the risk of future occurrences.

    Breast cancer surgery encompasses various techniques, including mastectomy (complete breast removal), lumpectomy (partial breast tissue removal), lymph node removal, and breast reconstruction post-mastectomy. The choice of which procedure is most suitable depends on factors such as the cancer's size and stage, available treatment options, and the patient's individual preferences and goals. Tailoring the approach to the unique circumstances of each patient is key to optimizing breast cancer management.

  • Advancements in Breast Cancer Surgery: Tailoring Treatment for Better Outcomes

    Breast cancer surgery encompasses a range of procedures tailored to the individual needs and circumstances of patients. These procedures include:

    Breast Reconstruction with Flap Surgery: This technique involves using a patient's own tissue, often from the abdomen, buttocks, or back, to reconstruct a breast following mastectomy. It's a complex procedure but can provide natural-looking and feeling results.

    Breast Reconstruction with Implants: In this approach, breast implants are used to restore breast shape and volume after mastectomy. It's a more straightforward option compared to flap surgery but may require follow-up procedures for maintenance or adjustments.

    Lumpectomy: Also known as breast-conserving surgery, a lumpectomy involves the removal of the tumor and a small portion of surrounding healthy breast tissue. This approach aims to preserve the breast while effectively treating early-stage cancer.

    Sentinel Node Biopsy: This procedure involves the removal and examination of the sentinel lymph node, which is the first node that cancer cells are likely to spread to. It helps determine the extent of cancer spread and guides further treatment decisions.

    The choice of surgery depends on factors like the stage and type of cancer, patient preferences, and the potential need for reconstruction. These procedures play a critical role in treating breast cancer and helping patients regain physical and emotional well-being.

Personalized Approaches for Effective Treatment

Choosing the Right Surgical Path for Breast Cancer Management

  • Preventive mastectomy for high-risk individuals
  • Lumpectomy as an option for noninvasive breast cancer
  • Breast conservation surgery for selected patients with breast cancer
  • Addressing locally advanced breast cancers through tailored approaches with neo adjuvant chemotherapy
  • Managing recurrent breast cancer with surgical interventions and targeted therapies, if required

Breast Reconstruction After Beating Breast Cancer

Rebuilding Lives Through Post-Cancer Breast Reconstruction

  • Personalized reconstruction options for survivors
  • Restoring natural breast appearance and symmetry
  • Enhancing emotional well-being and self-esteem
  • Timing considerations for reconstruction surgery
  • Choices between implant-based and flap surgery
  • Reclaiming a sense of wholeness and body image

Why People Choose Us?

Elevating Cancer Care through Expertise and Innovation

  • Comprehensive Oncological Expertise: A team with diverse cancer specializations
  • Continuous Medical Education: Ensuring up-to-date cancer care knowledge
  • Proximity and Accessibility: Centrally located in Ahmedabad for patient convenience
  • Breast cancer experts, including breast surgeons, oncologists, and radiologists, for tailored treatment plans

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Dr. Rutul Patel-
Dr. Rutul Patel

Surgical Oncologist

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