Updates
BAPRAS announcement on breast implant safety

In collaboration with the MHRA, ABS and BAAPS, BAPRAS has recently announced a joint Association perspective on Breast Implant safety.

In response to ongoing concerns about Breast Implant Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), current advice from MHRA and all regulators world-wide is that those patients who have breast implants do not need to have them removed as the risks associated with surgery to remove implants and capsules outweigh the risks of potential disease. Should any of my patients who have undergone cosmetic breast augmentationin the past have concerns and/or develop breast symptoms such as swelling, lumps or pain, please feel free to contact my secretary and arrange  free follow up review.

BAPRAS statement can be accessed here http://www.bapras.org.uk/media-government/news-and-views/view/bia-alcl-update-for-abs-baaps-and-bapras-members

RECENTLY PUBLISHED
New modified rehabilitation regime for internally fixed metacarpal fractures

Metacarpal fractures account for 40% of all hand injuries and up to 44% of all hand fractures. While we are still collecting and processed data, preliminary results are suggesting that splint is neither needed, nor beneficial for patients who have undergone uncomplicated, rigid, internal fixation of metacarpal fractures.

Ten year study on use of special implants for thumb arthritis published in JHS

In my practice, interposition arthroplasty using pyrocarbon implants still represents a useful and reliable treatment option in the surgical treatment of early thumb basal joint arthritis.

Advances in Hand Surgery 2021 

I was delighted to participate in Advances in Hand Surgery Course which connected virtually so many surgeons, trainees and therapists over the last 3 days.

Practice reopening

As lockdown restrictions ease off, we are able to welcome new and follow up patients again.

Contact

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by the Practice Manager:

Shirley Jordan Chihi

Tel: +44 (0) 845 026 7776

Email: contact@sonjacerovac.com

Correspondence address:

Miss Sonja Cerovac

Ashtead Hospital

The Warren

Ashtead, Surrey KT21 2SB