Most women with breast implants are satisfied with their results and their plastic surgeons. Recently, however, two high-profile issues have prompted increased concern: breast-implant associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL) and breast implant illness.
In this video, Rod J. Rohrich, MD (Editor-in-Chief of "Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery") discusses a new paper which studies these concerns proposes a new strategy to help restore the trust of women with breast implants in the patient-physician relationship.
Read the January 2021 PRS #PlasticSurgery article, "You Helped Create This, Help Me Now: A Qualitative Analysis of Patients’ Concerns about Breast Implants and a Proposed Strategy for Moving Forward" by Steve, Temple-Oberle, Yeung, et al. Find it on PRSJournal.com.
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Keywords: plastic surgery; #PRSHotTopic; breast implants; ALCL; breast implant illness; T-cell lymphoma; breast surgery; patient safety; trust; plastic surgeons; ALCL advocacy;