Vacuum Assisted Excision (VAE)

What is Vacuum Assisted Excision (VAE) of breast lesions?

VAE is a minimally invasive procedure using a vacuum-powered device to remove benign breast lumps under local anaesthesia.

Why is VAE used for benign breast lumps?

VAE is preferred for its less invasive nature, offering benefits like no incisions, reduced scarring, precise lesion targeting and immediate recovery.

How is the procedure performed?

The patient, under local anaesthesia, undergoes a procedure where a vacuum-powered probe suctions out abnormal tissue, monitored with imaging.

Is VAE painful?

No, as the procedure is performed under local anesthesia, minimizing pain during surgery. Some post-operative discomfort can be managed with over-the-counter pain medication, if required.

What are the advantages of VAE over traditional surgery?

VAE provides advantages such as no incisions, reduced scarring, precise removal of specific lesions and faster recovery times compared to traditional surgical excision.

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