Breast cancer is one of the most common diseases in women in most developed countries of the world. The presence of excess weight, a large amount of estrogens, high density of breast tissue-all this, along with mature age, late childbirth and refusal to breastfeed, negatively affects the possible development of breast cancer.
The earlier the disease is detected ,the more likely it is that it will take less time, effort and money to get rid of it. The cost of breast cancer removal operations in Belarus is rather high, the choice of a specific treatment method depends on the type of breast tumor, the stage of the disease, the general condition of the patient.
In the presence of a malignant neoplasm in the breast, organ-preserving and reconstructive-reconstructive surgical operations are performed. In some cases, a complete removal of the breast is performed.
The most popular methods of treating breast cancer in women:
The latter method is relevant for those tumors that are sensitive to hormones. Getting rid of cancer is a step-by-step process. First, a diagnosis is made, then the tumor itself is removed, and they check whether there are cancer cells in the lymph nodes. The next stage is to prevent the spread of cancer.
After treatment, it is necessary to be regularly monitored by a specialist and adhere to preventive measures, which will be informed in detail at an individual consultation.
The removal of a neoplasm in the breast is carried out with the help of a lumpectomy; only the tumor and a small part of the healthy tissues next to it are removed.
During the surgical intervention, the surgeon makes an incision on the mammary gland, removes the focus with a small area of healthy tissues, after that, stitches are applied to the incision. Before the operation itself, each patient undergoes a thorough examination, and after the surgical intervention receives recommendations for further care in the recovery period.
To learn more about how the procedure takes place and how much it costs in Minsk, you can consult with an oncologist and an oncosurgeon.