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Mastectomy Clinical Trials

A listing of Mastectomy medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (29) clinical trials

The purpose of this clinical trial is to study patients with positive nodes before chemotherapy who become negative after chemotherapy to see1) if, after lumpectomy (surgery to remove cancer), radiation to the breast and lymph nodes will be better than radiation only to the breast at keeping cancer from returning, ...

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The purpose of the registry is to collect health information from individuals medical records in order to answer questions about breast cancer and its treatment.

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Prospective Clinical Investigation Comparing Standard Wound Closure Technique With Drains (Control) to Standard Wound Closure Techniques With TissuGlu and No Drains (Test) in Mastectomy

A prospective, randomized, controlled, multicenter non-inferiority study comparing standard wound closure technique with drains (control) to standard wound closure techniques with TissuGlu and no drains (test) in mastectomy. Patients will be enrolled for 90 Days from day of Surgery. It is expected that it will take 6-9 months for the ...

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Postmastectomy Pain Syndrome in an Indian Cancer Hospital

Tata Memorial Hospital, a 629 bed tertiary cancer institute conducts approximately 6000 surgeries per year. Approximately 4000 (4239 in 2015) patients with suspected breast cancers register annually at the hospital and around 2800 breast cancer surgeries are performed every year. Very few studies on PMPS in Indian population exist. The ...

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Morphologic Study of the Intersegmental Plane After Fully Thoracoscopic Segmentectomy

Scheduled anatomical segmentectomies are increasingly popular, due to the development of minimally invasive techniques, the increased incidence of early-stage tumours, and the possibility of caring for patients with compromised health and/or limited respiratory function without compromising the oncological outcome, compared to current alternatives such as stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (1). One ...

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Effect of Mechanical Stimulation on Mastectomy Scars

Background Breast cancer is common among women. After surgical interventions like mastectomies, women with breast cancer may suffer physical, emotional and psychosocial complications. Evidence suggests that comprehensive physiotherapy program, including patient education, manual techniques, therapeutic exercises and compression bandaging, is effective in managing the above complications. Scarring was frequently overlooked ...

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Comparison of Perioperative Opioid Consumption Following Pectoral Nerve Block for Breast Cancer Surgery

After induction of general anesthesia with propofol, remifentanil and succinylcholine, the patients will be divided either in the pectoral block group or the control group (sham block). Both groups will receive the same perioperative and postoperative anesthetic protocol. The investigator in charge of the patient will leave the operative room ...

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The Analgesic Efficacy of the Pectoral Block After Mastectomy

Unilateral mastectomy is associated with moderate to severe postoperative pain. A new regional anaesthetic technique has been recently described, call the PEC block. This technique consists of injecting local anaesthetic between different muscles of the chest in order to relieve postoperative pain. The investigators aim to verify that this technique ...

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Traditional Electrosurgery System Versus Low Thermal Tissue Dissection System for Total Mastectomy

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancer among women nowadays. There are lots of modality of treatment and one of them is Mastectomy. We found out that seroma is one of the disturbing postoperative complications after mastectomy. In our study we want to compare the outcome between using ...

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