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Table 2 Coordinated Surgical Procedures and Complications

From: Coordinated prophylactic surgical management for women with hereditary breast-ovarian cancer syndrome

Patient Previous Breast Cancer Prophylactic Breast Surgery Prophylactic Gynecologic Surgery Reconstruction Postoperative Complications
1 yes Contralateral mastectomy BSO (previous TAH) Free TRAM None
2 no Bilateral mastectomy TAH-BSO Pedicle TRAM None
3 yes Contralateral mastectomy BSO (previous TAH) no None
4 yes Contralateral mastectomy TAH-BSO no None
5 yes Contralateral mastectomy BSO Pedicle TRAM Reoperation for flap congestion
6 yes Contralateral mastectomy TAH-BSO Free TRAM Superficial epidermolysis of the umbilicus
7 yes Contralateral + Completion mastectomy TAH-BSO Free TRAM None
8 yes Contralateral mastectomy BSO Free DIEP None
9 no Bilateral mastectomy TAH-BSO Free TRAM None
10 yes Contralateral mastectomy TAH-BSO Free TRAM Postoperative aspiration pneumonia
11 yes Contralateral + Completion mastectomy BSO (previous TAH) Free TRAM None
12 yes Contralateral + Completion mastectomy TAH-BSO Free TRAM Abdominal wound dehiscence
  1. BSO = Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy.
  2. TAH = Total abdominal hysterectomy.
  3. TRAM = Transverse rectus abdominus myocutaneous.
  4. DIEP = Deep inferior epigastric perforator.