Objective To discuss the clinical effect of mastoscopic in the treatment of breast benign diseases. Methods A total of 102 patients with benign breast disease were divided into two groups according to the operation modes. The two groups used the un-improved breast endoscopy（un-modified group, 49 cases） and the mastoscopic modified surgery（modified group, 53 cases） respectively. The operation time, wound healing and postoperative complications were compared between the two groups. Results The liposuction time, operation time and wound healing time of the modified group were shorter than those of the un-modified group（P〈0.05）. The incidences of wound scar, nipple flap necrosis, limit activity of upper limb, pain and upper limb paralysis in the modified group were lower than those in the un-modified group（P〈0.05）.Conclusion The mastoscopic modified surgery in the treatment of breast benign disease can shorten the operation time and reduce the incidence of complications, which is worth popularizing.
CLINCAL RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
benign breast disease