Segmental mastectomy (partial mastectomy or lumpectomy) is a type of mastectomy procedure that removes the only breast cancer
Average Segmental Mastectomy costs are € 4,518, based on Segmental Mastectomy prices from 14 clinics. Cheapest Segmental Mastectomy cost is € 2,371 where Segmental Mastectomy prices can go up to € 9,500.
Segmental Mastectomy prices vary greatly depending on the clinic and the location. For example, Segmental Mastectomy in Turkey is a popular option where Segmental Mastectomy costs as low as € 2,371. You can also find Segmental Mastectomy clinics in Hungary starting from € 9,500.
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Segmental mastectomy (partial mastectomy or lumpectomy) is a type of mastectomy procedure that removes the only breast cancer and the tissue around it without intervening the look of the breast. Because it lets breasts mostly intact, it cannot be considered as a breast removal surgery.
Recommendation of segmental mastectomy is to patients that are in the early stages of development of breast cancer. If the breast cancer spread through to the breast, then professionals cannot perform partial mastectomy and need to use radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or modified radical mastectomy.
A cut is performed through to approach to the breast cancer and breast carcinoma accompanied by the tissue around it is removed. Furthermore, in the course of the lumpectomy, a biopsy of lymph nodes are taken; to guarantee if neglected any part of breast cancer.
Patient is required to stay 1 night in the hospital
Between 2 to 3 hours
1 to 2 weeks
Almost all women can go home on that day, with the home care instructions they will get; except a few that needs to stay one or two days according to the size and location of the tumor that is removed.
This content is written and reviewed by our medical content team in August, 2019.