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Raised Blood Pressure as a Risk Factor of Post-Operative Seroma Formation in Patients of Modified Radical Mastectomy
Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences
Despite seroma is rarely potentially lethal and is typically harmless, it can cause considerable sequelae such as flap necrosis, wound dehiscence, predisposes to infection. The objective of the study was to determine the association of raised blood pressure as a risk factor of development of seroma after MRM in breast cancer patients. Material Methods: In this case control study, all women of age 30 to 70 years with MRM done for carcinoma of the breast of stage T2 and lymph nodes N2 weredoi:10.53350/pjmhs22168572 fatcat:7krqecmqvjdztcrvky4q2annwa