In most cases, the surgeon tries his level best to preserve the organ. In some critical cases, however, the organ, as well as surrounding lymph nodes, have to be removed. These organ removal surgeries are complicated and may even change the appearance of the patients such as in breast cancer. Hence, organ reconstruction surgery is conducted after removing a particular organ.
An organ reconstruction surgery involves transferring different tissues or bones from a different part of a body to the surgical area. These tissues and bones are reconstructed to create the organ. These days, the latest advancements such as 3D printers have made it easy for the surgeon to reconstruct an organ. The 3D modelling guides the surgeon to create an exact copy of the organ and restore the patient’s life.