VOLUME 40 - NUMBER 5 - 2019

Oncological outcomes in oncoplastic breast surgery: a single institution analysis

  • Lombardi A., Maggi S., Stanzani G., Vitale V., Bersigotti L., Romano C., Vittori J., Pastore E., Amanti C.
  • Original Article, 417-420
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  • Oncoplastic surgery is a well-acknowledged technique that combines conserving treatment in breast cancer with plastic surgery reconstruction. The aim of our analysis is to evaluate the safety of this surgical procedure in the setting of invasive primary breast cancer, and then compare breast oncoplastic surgery with the Veronesi quadrantectomy.We have analyzed 1541 patients who underwent breast surgery for primary breast tumor between October 2004 and May 2018 at Sant’Andrea University Hospital in Rome: 880 women experienced the breast oncoplastic approach, while 660 patients received conservative surgery alone. The median follow-up time was 14 years with a completeness of 70% (1067 pts vs 1554). The statistic comparison across these subpopulations suggested that there are no statistically significant results in term of Overall Survival, Disease Related Survival, Local recurrence or positive margins. Therefore oncoplastic surgery for primary invasive breast cancer represents a feasible procedure and an oncological safe surgical option.

  • KEY WORDS: Oncoplastic surgery - Invasive breast cancer - Conservative surgery.