Congenital anomalies of the chest wall and breasts refer to deformities that occur due to poorly developed breasts during the fetal period and are often more defined when the patient begins to develop into adulthood at puberty.
Return a more normal appearance, prevent future diseases such as cancer or infections. Improve patient safety and self-esteem, as well as avoid problems of sexual development.
SOME ANOMALIES WE TREAT:
- Breast asymmetry: Breast asymmetry: There is a degree of asymmetry in all women. It is that the size, shape or situation of one breast is different from the other. It can affect the entire breast (anisomastia), the areola or the nipple (anisothelia)
- Breast tuberous: its development occurs in adolescence; This form is characterized by insufficient development of the lower part of the breast, in many cases there is a certain degree of fall and herniation of the areola with an excessive diameter of the same.
- Inverted nipples: The "in" nipples are rare and there are three main causes. 1. By birth. 2. By inflammation 3. By breast cancer.
- Nipple hypertrophy: projected nipples or macrotelia, is a disproportion between the height of the nipple and the rest of the breast volume, the nipple looks excessively elongated.
- Very large areola: it can be congenital or by stretching of the mammary tissues. The development of the areola is very large in relation to the breast.
- Supernumerary breasts: Polymastia is a condition in which the person, whether female or male, develops "extra" breast tissue in other parts of the body, usually in the axillary area.
- Other deformities related to the mammary gland.
SURGICAL AND POSTSURGICAL ASPECTS
Depending on the problem and the previous analysis, the doctor will determine the appropriate procedure and report the particular aspects.