Nipple-sparing Mastectomy

During a nipple-sparing mastectomy the surgeon preserves all of the skin of the breast, including the nipple and areola (the pigmented skin around the nipple). Just like the traditional mastectomy, nearly all of the contents of the breast are removed except for a thin layer of fat and blood vessels that are needed to keep the skin healthy. The major advantage of a nipple-sparing mastectomy is that it is usually combined with immediate breast reconstruction to produce a reconstructed breast that looks the same or better than the original breast–with skin and nipple intact.

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