Terence Michael Myckatyn , MD, FACS

St. Louis, MO

Barnes West County Hospital

1020 N. Mason Road, 110
St. Louis, MO 63141

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Terence Myckatyn, MD, FACS

Dr. Myckatyn is a Professor of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Dr. Myckatyn focuses on improving the quality of life for women who undergo mastectomy or lumpectomy by offering the latest, evidence-based approaches to breast reconstruction. With over 130 peer-reviewd publications, a dozen clinical trials, and numerous research grants in both breast reconstruction as well as nerve regeneration, Dr. Myckatyn has a long track record in improving quality of life for women who deal with the aftermath of the breast cancer management. This is a multi-pronged approach that includes helping women make informed decisions about their care that are not only appropriate given their breast cancer diagnosis as well as overall health, but also consistent with their values and lifestyles.

Undergrad: BSc(Hon) - Human Physiology - University of British Columbia in Vancouver
Medical Degree: M.D. - University of British Columbia in Vancouver
Residency: General Surgery - University of British Columbia in Vancouver - Plastic Surgery - Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Certifications: Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgeons - Fellow Royal College of Surgeons Canada and Missouri Medical License

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