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50 Landmark Papers Every Breast Surgeon Should Know

50 Landmark Papers Every Breast Surgeon Should Know

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Publication Date: April 15th, 2024
CRC Press
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There has been an exponential increase in the volume and quality of published research relating to breast disease over the past decades. This book identifies the 50 key scientific articles in the field of breast disease and breast surgery and examines their importance and impact on current clinical care.

Among thousands of articles, a small fraction are truly 'game changing'. Such studies form the foundations of breast surgery today, and the selection of papers within this book provide the 50 landmark papers every 21st-century breast surgeon needs to know. A commentary to each carefully selected paper explains why these papers are so important, thus providing every surgeon with the foundation stones of knowledge in this fast-moving area.

A valuable reference not only to the established surgeon, but also to breast surgery residents and trainees, as well as to more experienced surgeons as they continue to learn new techniques and approaches and to improve their knowledge of breast disease and treatments. The papers provide an evidence-based resource for those surgeons preparing for professional exams and may inspire clinicians to produce new research.

About the Author

Lynda Wyld is Professor of Surgical Oncology at the University of Sheffield and a Consultant Oncoplastic Surgeon at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals. She is the Past President of the British Association of Surgical Oncology (BASO) and Past Chair of the European Society of Surgical Oncology (ESSO) Education Committee and is a Trustee of the Association of Breast Surgery (ABS).Ramsey Cutress is Professor of Breast Surgery at University of Southampton and a Consultant Surgeon at University Hospital Southampton. He is Chair of the Association of Breast Surgery (ABS) Academic and Research Committee, Course Director for the ABS Advanced Skills in Breast Disease Management course, Head of the School for Clinical Academic Training at the Wessex Deanery and breast disease subspecialty editor for the Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, demonstrating his interests in research and teaching.Jenna Morgan Jenna is an NIHR Advanced Fellow Breast Surgery at the University of Sheffield and a Consultant Oncoplastic Surgeon at the Jasmine Breast Unit in Doncaster, UK. She is Past Chair of the Mammary Fold Academic Committee of the ABS. She is a clinical academic with an interest in mixed methods research, geriatric oncology and the psychology or ageing in healthcare settings.