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Did they not put in a drainage tube? I had 2 of them and one was in the axilla area where 8 nodes were removed. You should call your team and see what they recommend, they may need to drain it with a needle and syringe if you don’t have a drainage tube.   Read more…

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Cancer Recosntrucion
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“Measuring this protein in liver resection patients may help us determine in advance whether the organ will regenerate successfully or if it will become dysfunctional,”
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The reconstructive surgery has an aim to re-achieve/restore the proper form and function of the body performed by the Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon to reconstruct the head and neck after cancer and th... more

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