The elimination of the entire breast is termed as mastectomy. Five different forms of mastectomy are evident: basic or complete mastectomy, modified progressive mastectomy, radical mastectomy, subcutaneous mastectomy, and nipple-sparing mastectomy. There are three types of mastectomy.
Easy or full mastectomy focuses on the breast tissue:
For women with several or large areas of ductal carcinoma in situ and for women who are undergoing prophylactic mastectomies, it is best to take a quick or full mastectomy, in other words, breast removal, to stop any potential breast cancer.