This Gland Surgery series of articles centered on the theme of “New Frontiers in Breast Reconstruction” presents the latest trends in the field, all of which collectively reflect the transition towards patient-centric care. Recent developments have focused not only on increasing patient choice and improving safety, but also on addressing quality of life issues after breast cancer treatment. The goal of this series was to assemble the most exciting topics in breast reconstruction today, viewed through the lens of patient-oriented medicine.
Combined deep inferior epigastric artery perforator flap with vascularized groin lymph node transplant for treatment of breast cancer-related lymphedema
Breast reconstruction in the high-risk population: current review of the literature and practice guidelines
The series “New Frontiers in Breast Reconstruction” was commissioned by the editorial office, Gland Surgery without any sponsorship or funding. Drs. Charles E. Butler, Carrie Chu, and Margaret S. Roubaud are serving as the unpaid Guest Editors for the series.