Secuelas tras inyección ilegal de silicona líquida como técnica de aumento mamario: presentación de 2 casos
Otros títulos : 
Sequelae after illegal injection of liquid silicone for breast augmentation: report of two cases
Palabras clave : 
Liquid silicone
Magnetic resonance imaging
Breast cancer
Fecha de publicación: 
2006
Editorial : 
Elsevier España
ISSN: 
0009-739X
Cita: 
Cervera M, Martinez-Regueira F, Sola J, Valenti V, Pastor C, Poveda I, et al. Secuelas tras inyección ilegal de silicona líquida como técnica de aumento mamario: presentación de 2 casos. Cir Esp 2006 Oct;80(4):227-229.
Resumen
The use of liquid silicone for breast augmentation was widespread in the 1960s but was abandoned at the end of the decade due to numerous studies describing the development of a large number of local complications, as well as remote migration of small amounts of silicone. The use of liquid silicone also leads to enormous difficulty in the early diagnosis of breast cancer; these patients are precluded from routine screening programs and must undergo exhaustive periodic examinations. Magnetic resonance imaging has become the most effective test for the early detection of breast cancer in these patients. Indications for subcutaneous mastectomy are the presence of local complications, suspicion of a malignant lesion, or the patient’s desire to prevent both these potential problems.

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