Scandic Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews
ISSN 2703-965X

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Breast Cancer Administration following Laparoscopic Surgery

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Dr. Zubair Ahmad Yousfani1 , Dr. Jabeen Atta2 , Dr. Khenpal Das3 , Dr. Ghullamullah Rind4 , Hafiz Muhammad Zeeshan Raza5

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Breast Cancer is the extremely familiar cancer among the females both in the low- and middleincome countries worldwide. The laparoscopic administration is the ordinary way of
diagnostics and treatment with less postoperative complications. 40 female patients (12-55
years age) undertook extirpation of breast tumors using laparoscopy at the Department of
Surgery of Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences, Jamshoro, Sindh, Pakistan. The
diagnostics were made by ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging, and mammography.
The complete operational duration ranged from 1-6 hours with an average of 1 hour and 45
minutes, and the average loss of blood was 8-22ml with average of 15ml. A dissection layer
was chosen conferring to deepness of the mass examined by ultrasonography results and
extirpated just using a capsule and extreme injuries to normal tissues of breast evaded. In 6
months follow up after operation, the intraductal papilloma observed in 1 patient, hamartoma
in 2 patients, granuloma in 3 patients, and fibroadenoma in 33 patients. 8 patients had
synchronous lesions and 5 reported bilateral lesions. The subcutaneous emphysema also
reported in 2 patients extended to the neck region due to higher CO2 inflation and a slight skin
burn also seen in 2 patients. The normal breast tissues never transected either in the deep or
shallow site of the breasts. As per the all patient’s satisfaction with respect to the health, less
infection, minimum injuries and size of scars, it is confirmed that laparoscopic extirpation is
one of the best choices to treat any breast cancer tumors.
Key Words: Breast Cancer, Breast Surgery


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