The goal of breast reconstruction is to restore one or both breasts to near normal shape, appearance, symmetry and size following mastectomy, lumpectomy or congenital deformities.
For many women, the loss of a breast due to cancer is a life-altering event—not only physically but also emotionally.
Reconstructive surgery is a procedure wherein injured areas or defects are corrected by using flaps of tissue, skin, bone or metalwork, along with underlying blood vessels or muscle to rebuild the damaged tissues. Reconstructive surgeries on the lower limb are performed to improve the structural, functional and cosmetic outcome of injured limbs. Reconstruction of these structures can avoid amputation or shortening of limbs, and prevents many complex defects that result from injuries.
DIABETIC FOOT RECONSTRUCTION is considered a big problem change due to pathological change of peripheral vascular system of diabetic patient .
But after supermicrosurgy developed the reconstruction of diabetic foot ulcer can be done and avoid foot amputation.
Reconstructive burn surgery is a procedure performed by a plastic surgeon after the initial wounds from a burn have healed. The goal of the surgery is to increase the function and restore the appearance of the skin. Some of these procedures involve several months of preparations to improve scarred tissue.