There are several innovative oncoplastic breast reconstruction options available today, including the LICAP flap procedure. The LICAP, or lateral intercostal artery perforator flap, is a newer method of reconstructing the breast using skin and fat from the side of the chest, near the armpit area. It is used to reconstruct outer breast defects following lumpectomy. It is based off a branch or perforator of the lateral intercostal artery. The technique allows for the incision to be well concealed underneath the arm.

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