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[Pregnancy-induced gigantomastia--a disease picture of uncertain origin].

OBJECTIVE: Pregnancy induced gigantomastia is a rare condition (1:100.000 pregnancies) of unknown etiology. Regarding this condition we would like to discuss the possibilities of antenatal treatment, management during pregnancy and treatment after delivery.

RESULTS: In our histological and immunological investigations we did not find any facts that will point out any specific etiology of this condition. The pregnancy induced gigantomastia could not be influenced by any conservative management or medical treatment.

CONCLUSION: Therefore we would recommend plastic reconstructive surgery from medical as well as cosmetic point of view.

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