PREPARE YOUR BODY BEFORE SURGERY –
GET A COPY OF YOUR IMPLANTATION OPERATIONAL REPORT – Obtain a copy of the operative report for your implantation from the plastic surgeon. The operative report will help the explant surgeon and will be useful if you decide to analyze your implants and explore legal ways.
GET A COPY OF YOUR EXPLANATION. OPERATIONAL REPORT – Obtain a copy of your explant’s operative report from the plastic surgeon explanteur. The operative report will assist in the analysis and may also be necessary in the short term for court proceedings.
GET THE WARRANTY INFORMATION AND SERIAL NUMBERS OF YOUR IMPLANTS FROM THE SURGEON SURGEON – All breast implants have serial numbers so that they can be tracked because they are classified as Class III medical devices The serial number is on the breast implant itself and should be saved in your surgeon’s files. Breast implants generally have a ten-year warranty and the manufacturer can cover some surgery costs due to a broken, leaking or defective implant.
Your surgeon must have given you an ID card identity card to identify the implants.
INSIST ON THE PHOTOS OF THE EXPLANTATION – Good surgeons will record their explantation procedure on videotape or take photos of your implants once removed with the capsule tissue still on to prove that they have been removed en bloc. Second, another set of images of the implants themselves without the tissue of the capsule and capsule. We now have several photos of moldy and colonized implants taken at the time of the abduction.
INFECTIONS AND PATHOLOGY – Samples and cultures should be made for bacterial infections. Yes, breast implants cause breast cancer and lymphoma associated with the breast implant that is different from breast cancer and is a cancer of the immune system.
Saline fluid can be grown to check for fungi or microbes. Your implants and saline solution can be sent to Mycometrics and Real-Time laboratories for fungal or other microbial research.
Please make sure you get your implants and capsule tissue after a pathology or other tests if you want to sue.
All tests may cost more in addition to your surgery, so please inquire about their cost and what you need to arrange for yourself.
Silicone in the Ganglia – Currently, the following quote and Dr. Lu Jean Feng’s research is the best research on breast implants and lymph nodes: “I have done extensive research on silicone lymphadenopathy during of the last 20 years. increase. As a result, I published a peer-reviewed article with scientists from the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington, DC, as well as Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Silicone in the lymph nodes can be diagnosed by ultrasound and localized by needle location for precise elimination.
The most accurate examination is the lymho MRI.
Gel-filled and polyurethane-coated breast implants are associated with extended silicone lymphadenopathy in the axillary, retropectoral, internal mammary and sometimes cervical lymph nodes, but never in the sub-diaphragm lymph nodes. Saline implants are never associated with silicone lymphadenopathy. Broken gel implants are sometimes associated with silicone lymphadenopathy. Silicone-laden lymph nodes, if removed, should only be removed after the needle has been located by a radiologist experienced in this technique. Dr. FENG removed a lot of silicone-laden lymph nodes after needle localization in the past, but Dr. FENG stopped because the withdrawal makes little difference in the patient’s recovery from a disease of implant. In addition, there is always a risk of arm lymphoedema, numbness in the arm and seroma in the armpit.
Hence the role of the immunologist in case of persistent inflammations.
Only a few surgeons (qualify in oncology and lymphodenopathy) are able to remove its ganglia of silicone, I have had this ablation and the effect was immediate both biologically and clinically.