Is ecchymosis so serious on the fifth day after minimally invasive surgery for breast fibroma? How can it be eliminated
According to the questions you asked and the photos, there are some bruises and ecchymosis on the fifth day of breast fibroma surgery. Generally, there is no need to do any treatment and intervention. It will generally absorb and recover after a period of time. It only needs to ensure that the incision of the hand is free from infection.
The ecchymosis that appears 5 days after minimally invasive surgery for breast fibroma can disappear, but it takes half a month to disappear. The specific interval also varies from person to person, because everyone's skin metabolism is different.
Hello, according to your picture, there should be subcutaneous congestion. Generally, in this case, you need to do a color Doppler ultrasound to check the scope of congestion. If it is small, there is no need to deal with it. If the scope of congestion is large, you need to draw a needle and then carry out pressure treatment.