Marzia Salgarello

Catholic University of the Sacred Heart Italy

Marzia Salgarello was born in Rovigo, Italy on 14/06/1959, she graduated in 1983 in Rome at the Catholic University of 'Sacro Cuore”, Rome, Italy, and has specialized in Plastic Surgery in 1988. She is now Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery working at the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery of the University Hospital 'Agostino Gemelli”, Catholic University of 'Sacro Cuore” of Rome, Italy, where she also is in charge of the microsurgery teaching program. At the present time she focuses her activity on breast reconstruction and aesthetic, and in post-oncologic reconstructive microsurgery. She is author of about 70 peer-reviewed articles and of chapters in 6 books. She has given presentations at national and international plastic surgery meetings, especially covering all aspects of breast reconstruction and aesthetic breast surgery. She is Section Editor for reconstructive plastic surgery for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Journal. Member of the Italian Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, of the Italian Society of Microsurgery, and of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

Marzia Salgarello

1books edited

2chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Marzia Salgarello

Breast reconstruction is a fascinating and complex field which combines reconstructive and aesthetic principles in the search for the best results possible. The goal of breast reconstruction is to restore the appearance of the breast and to improve a woman's psychological health after cancer treatment. Successful breast reconstruction requires a clear understanding of reconstructive operative techniques and a thorough knowledge of breast aesthetic principles. Edited by Marzia Salgarello, and including contributions from respected reconstructive breast plastic surgeons from around the world, this book focuses on the main current techniques in breast reconstruction and also gives some insight into specific topics. The text consists of five sections, of which the first focuses on the oncologic aspect of breast reconstruction. Section two covers prosthetic breast reconstruction, section three is dedicated to autogenous breast reconstruction, and section four analyzes breast reconstruction with a fat graft. Finally, section five covers the current approaches to breast reshaping after conservative treatment.

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