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Lymphedema can be a painful complication of breast cancer treatment, in which lymph nodes were either surgically removed or radiated. In Connecticut and Houston lymphedema patients, the lymphatic and circulatory systems do not function properly, and lymph fluid collects in the arms, rather than draining normally. The results are a swollen arm that is noticeably […]

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If you’ve had a recent mastectomy in Connecticut or are about to have one, you may be wondering what breast reconstruction surgery options are available for your unique medical case. You may have heard of a DIEP flap surgery, and be wondering, is a DIEP flap right for me? Read on as Dr. Fusi & […]

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If you’re undergoing cancer treatment in Connecticut and need a mastectomy, or have already received one but haven’t begun the breast reconstruction process yet, you may have encountered a new medical term that you might find to be a bit confusing – DIEP Flap. DIEP Flap surgery, which stands for deep inferior epigastric perforator, is […]

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If you’re having or have already had a mastectomy in Connecticut, you’ve probably been researching the different breast reconstructive surgery options available to you. And by now, you’ve probably encountered two medical terms that may seem confusing to you – a DIEP flap and a TRAM flap. Both of these surgeries promise to reconstruct the […]

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Every year, there are more than 200,000 cases of lymphedema. Lymphedema is a painful and progressive disorder that occurs when there is a blockage in the lymphatic system, which is a part of the immune and circulatory systems. Common causes of lymphedema are the removal of lymph nodes or damage to lymph nodes due to […]

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For many Connecticut women who are considering a breast augmentation surgery, one of their primary concerns is, “Will my breasts feel natural after breast augmentation?” After all, many women who undergo breast augmentation surgery do so to make their breasts look more natural, whether their breasts are naturally asymmetrical, different sizes or they have an […]

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If you’re considering getting a breast augmentation in Connecticut, you have probably been pondering this decision for a while. And as you’ve been weighing the pros and cons of the procedure, you’ve probably also done a lot of your own research on breast augmentation surgeries, including the longevity of breast implants. And as you’ve been […]

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There are so many decisions to make when you decide to have a Connecticut breast augmentation. First, you need to decide on a plastic surgeon. Then, you need to choose your desired cup size and implant size. You also need to decide on your incision type, as it will affect how symmetrical your results will […]

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Many Connecticut women in their childbearing years come to Dr. Fusi & Dr. Craig with an interest in breast augmentation surgery. Some of these women may not yet have any children, but plan to in the future; other women may be in the middle of having the family size they desire. Whatever their unique case, […]

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If you’re a Connecticut breast cancer patient who will be having a mastectomy, you have probably already done a lot of research on both the mastectomy procedure as well as on breast reconstruction. But you might be having a hard time deciding on the timing of your procedures. Should you have an immediate breast reconstruction? […]

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