What resources should a breast prosthesis control unit have?
A prosthesis control unit requires the participation of different specialists and techniques, so ideally it should be located in a first-rate hospital center that guarantees access to these resources.
The necessary resources for a breast prosthesis control unit are:
1. A specialist in Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery with extensive experience in breast surgery
2. A radiologist with experience in interpreting breast resonance
3. A state-of-the-art MRI equipment.
4. A breast coil for use in the MRI scan
Why do I need to have a reference unit in my tracking?
In assessing the review, it is relevant to know the patient’s history and the Magnetic Resonance or other images that have been previously obtained to identify possible variations. Therefore, having a reference unit in which they can have our medical history and previous images facilitates follow-up.