This series on “Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery of the Breast” is edited by Dr. Raimund Winter from Division of Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery, Department of Surgery, Medical University Graz, Austria.
Dr. Winter obtained his medical degree at the Medical University Graz and completed his residency at the Division of Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery Graz, where he presently works as a consultant. His main interest lies in reconstructive surgery with a focus on microvascular free flap reconstruction of the breast and extremities as well as transgender surgery. He serves as a reviewer of multiple academic journals and has authored or co-authored in many articles about plastic and reconstructive surgery.
- Total breast reconstruction using fat grafting
- Reconstruction of large breasts using stacked PAP-DIEP
- Optimization of perforator selection during breast reconstruction with DIEP flaps
- Tips and tricks to achieve the best aesthetic result in breast reconstruction
- Laser-Assisted Indocyanine Green Imaging to reduce the rate of fat necrosis after free flap breast reconstruction
- Lateral Intercostal Artery Perforator (LICAP) flap in partial breast reconstruction
- PAP flaps for reconstruction of small and medium-sized breasts: first choice?
- Fat grafting to improve the aesthetic outcome after breast reconstruction
- The TDAP flap for soft tissue coverage after implant-based breast reconstruction
The series “Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery of the Breast” was commissioned by the editorial office, Annals of Breast Surgery without any sponsorship or funding. Dr. Raimund Winter is serving as the unpaid Guest Editor for the series.