An MRI scan of her mastectomy scar areas and pectoral regions was performed and this did not show any residual disease in the mastectomy region.
What does MASCA stand for?
MASCA stands for Mastectomy Scar
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We have 3 other meanings of MASCA in our Acronym Attic
- Multinational Arabidopsis Steering Committee (molecular biology)
- Multiple Access Source Code
- Multiple-Antenna Signal Constellation
- Multiple-Award Schedule Contract
- Multipotent Adult Stem Cell
- Municipal Association of South Carolina
- Myomer Accelerator Signal Circuitry (Mechwarrior Universe games)
- Myotube-Associated Specificity Component
- Manipur Science Communicators Association (India)
- Massachusetts School Counselors Association Organization
- Mid-Atlantic Shrine Clown Association
- Middle Atlantic States Correctional Association
- Miniature Australian Shepherd Club of America (Winter Park, FL)
- Museum Applied Science Center for Archaeology (University of Pennsylvania Museum)
- Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference (also seen as MSCAC)
- Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Corporation (est. 1912)
- Manufacturing Control Systems Capable of Managing Production Change and Disturbances (ESPRIT Project 22728)
- Mass Casualty
- Masking Pattern Adapted Subband Coding and Multiplexing
- Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer
Samples in periodicals archive:
I had never seen a mastectomy scar, never mind reconstructive surgery scars.
The actress, who boldly posed topless to show off her mastectomy scar, today sends a message of hope to our 20 supermodels - all of them breast cancer survivors - preparing to take to the runway for Breast Cancer Care Scotland's inspirational fashion show.
By proudly exposing mastectomy scars and no breasts, she presents "a healthy body in a different form.
Then having a definitive procedure and now being left sadly with a mastectomy scar with no diagnosis of cancer .
Such lesions recently have been labeled granular cell traumatic neuroma in an article published in the ARCHIVES by Rosso et al, who found some examples in mastectomy scars.
But the viewer quickly realizes that the young models have mastectomy scars where breasts once were.
Barnado's image of a baby injecting heroin came second, followed by the American Breast Cancer Fund, which used seductive pictures of models with mastectomy scars.