- unrealistic expectations of the patient
- active infectious disease
- mental illness
- untreated hypertension
- untreated heart diseases
- untreated diabetes
Plastic surgery is an important complement for oncological surgery. The removal of a majority of neoplasms requires reconstructive procedures to restore not only the appearance but also function of the affected organs.
The radicality of surgical treatment and a precise planning of reconstructive surgery enable the achievement of very good aesthetic and functional effects.
Depending on the age of the patient and the scope of the procedure it may be performed under general or local anaesthesia.
The patient must be vaccinated against hepatitis B virus.