Clinical Study

Resensation: Restoring Sensation With Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomy

Posted Date: Sep 22, 2021

  • Investigator: Elizabeth Dale
  • Specialties:
  • Type of Study: Device

This study aims to identify the impact of neurotization (reconnecting sensory nerves) at the time of autologous breast reconstruction. Utilizing cadaveric allograft as conduit for nerve regeneration, patients are able to have restoration of sensation to the skin of the breast which is otherwise lost at the time of mastectomy. Outcomes include sensory testing and quality of life questionnaires to determine the impact of this intervention.

Criteria:

Female, Age 18 And Over, Has Skin Or Nipple Sparing Mastectomy With Autologous Reconstruction

Keywords:

Breast Cancer Recovery, Breast Sensation, Breast Reconstruction

For More Information:

Jacqueline Davis
+1 513 558 5359
davis2jq@ucmail.uc.edu


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