Challenging Breast Anomalies and Asymmetry – KB

Case Study

This woman presented with a severe form of Poland’s Syndrome, a developmental anomaly that left her with a partially missing rib cage, partially missing chest muscles, absent breast, and mal-positioned anomalous tiny nipple.

I reconstructed her in stages using a latissimus muscle only flap and expander initially, followed by a recreation of breast fold, and implant placement on the right and opposite breast symmetry procedure augmentation. Finally nipple reconstruction was done.

A remarkable outstanding result in one of the most challenging cases in plastic surgery.