Salvage of infected breast implants in breast reconstruction – is it possible? Free

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Mr Ibby Younis looks in detail at cases of breast reconstruction involving infected breast implants. Mr Younis focusses on possible treatment options such as fat transfer and the removal of implants. 

This lecture was filmed for the event 'salvage surgery: innovations in managing complex wounds and challenging clinical scenarios' at the RSM in London on Wednesday 18th of April 2018. 

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