(redirected from Mastectomy Scar)
MASCAMiniature Australian Shepherd Club of America (Winter Park, FL)
MASCAMuseum Applied Science Center for Archaeology (University of Pennsylvania Museum)
MASCAMiddle Atlantic States Correctional Association
MASCAMid-Atlantic Shrine Clown Association
MASCAManipur Science Communicators Association (India)
MASCAMassachusetts School Counselors Association Organization
MASCAMastectomy Scar
Copyright 1988-2018, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Then shortly, she presented to our clinic complaining of redness over the mastectomy scar, with no visible mass, or ulcer, nor bleeding.
In the above sonnet, Hacker equates her mastectomy scar with the tattoo of camp survivors: both are indelible marks of traumatic, life-threatening experience.
Jill agreed to be photographed showing her mastectomy scar for a national breast cancer awareness campaign, helping to promote body confidence and self-esteem.
Examination of her left mastectomy scar, right breast and axillae were unremarkable.
The actress, who boldly posed topless to show off her mastectomy scar, today sends a message of hope to our 20 supermodels - all of them breast cancer survivors - preparing to take to the runway for Breast Cancer Care Scotland's inspirational fashion show.
The singer, 48, tore mastectomy scar tissue during training last week and BBC1 show bosses ruled she should not perform in a dance-off against DJ Melvin Odoom.
Then having a definitive procedure and now being left sadly with a mastectomy scar with no diagnosis of cancer .
"Some women are worried about upsetting other people if they see the mastectomy scar. They just want to look as they used to be.
"I'm sure that someone somewhere will feel betrayed after having seen me stand up for the first time and publicly show my mastectomy scar but I'm still proud of what I did.
The mastectomy scar was cut away and a piece of back tissue used to form the basis of the new breast.
Images for the Pink Bun campaign, a joint initiative between Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) and the Baker's Delight bakery chain, show breast cancer survivors bravely showing their surgery and mastectomy scars.