Modified radical mastectomy with axillary nodes dissection is a mastectomy type that takes out the entire breast with the inclusion of areola, nipple, skin, and lymph nodes. For struggling with breast cancer, this way of surgery is occasionally used. On the other hand, today modified radical mastectomy is a necessity only in exceptional cases that other techniques like radiation therapy, chemotherapy and more conventional ways of breast cancer removal surgery show no success and cannot be applicable because of other medical conditions.
Women who have advanced breast cancer that cannot get benefit from radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or any other breast cancer treatments; maybe the candidates of modified radical mastectomy with axillary nodes dissection.
Modified Radical Mastectomy with Axillary Dissection (22 Clinics)
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