In addition to chemotherapy and modified radical mastectomy, Newton-John treated her cancer with a comprehensive approach to healthy living, including meditation, acupuncture and a healthy diet.
What does MRM stand for?
MRM stands for Modified Radical Mastectomy
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Modified radical mastectomy was performed in a 47-year-old female patient following a biopsy of a mass in the upper lateral quadrant that was diagnosed as invasive ductal carcinoma.
Prior to the neoadjuvant therapy, 44% of the women were candidates only for modified radical mastectomy, and 1% were judged to have inoperable tumors.
5) Our aim was to compare the outcomes of modified radical mastectomy wounds managed by either closed suction drainage or closed simple drainage.
Radiation was optional in women who underwent modified radical mastectomy.
Dissection of axillary lymph node (a large group of lymph nodes located in various places) and modified radical mastectomy, are other common surgical treatments for invasive cancer.
Since radiation in therapeutic doses may expose the fetus to excessive radiation, modified radical mastectomy is the most used technique.
Several years before, she underwent right modified radical mastectomy followed by adjuvant chemotherapy and locoregional radiotherapy for stage IIIA breast cancer.