Discussion| Volume 65, ISSUE 3, P295, March 2012

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Published:October 10, 2011DOI:
      This paper uses data from the United States National Surgical Quality Improvement Program and is both timely and informative. The sampled data was collected prospectively from a broad cross-section of US hospitals, and was used specifically to assess the outcomes of delayed breast reconstruction and their associated predictive factors.
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