By Claire Gagne Jul 22, Photo: iStockphoto. So when she was in her mid-twenties, she decided to have a breast reduction surgery.
Whether physicians are using smartphone technology in their own family practices or using hospital IT systems, Canadian doctors are increasingly turning to mobile devices to facilitate patient care. Eric Stutz, a physician in the department of family medicine at North York General Hospital in Toronto, says he finds his tablet computer handy to show patients images when explaining a diagnosis, as he did when recently describing diverticulosis to a patient. In the pilot, 60 patients recovering from breast reconstruction or othropedic surgeries were sent home with customized smartphones and tablets on which to record their recover.
John Semple is a surgeon and artist living in Toronto. He was born in Scotland and raised in southern Ontario. Pursuing a fascination for surgery and medicine he received his MD degree at McMaster University and then surgical training at the University of Toronto.
Natalie Ngan was born and educated in New Zealand. She graduated with a degree in medicine from the University of Auckland, New Zealand in She developed a passion for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and her advanced Plastic Surgery training was spent in Wellington and Auckland.
The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. The struggles faced by breast-cancer survivors often don't end once the disease is in remission. Patients who have had mastectomies are left with a physical — and psychological — reminder of breast cancer.
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But the risk of an augmentation affecting breastfeeding depends on where the incision is made in the breast and what kind of surgery you had. Although this is the most common method of breast augmentation, there are times the incision is done in the armpit or around the areola, usually for cosmetic reasons to make the scar less visible. And in some surgeries, the implant is placed over the pectoral muscle, which, in rare cases, may interfere with the ducts. If you are unsure of what type of procedure you had, contact your plastic surgeon for details.
By Claire Gagne Jul 22, But the risk of an augmentation affecting breastfeeding depends on where the incision is made in the breast and what kind of surgery you had. Although this is the most common method of breast augmentation, there are times the incision is done in the armpit or around the areola, usually for cosmetic reasons to make the scar less visible.
His passion and aptitude for anatomy, as well as his interest in art led him to pursue a career in Plastic Surgery. Dr Aggarwal excelled in his years of training, receiving the John Lowenthal medal in when he completed a Master of Surgery through the University of Sydney. After completing training Dr Aggarwal completed a number of fellowships, before returning to Sydney to commence his public and private practice.