The main goal of our study was to evaluate the surgical technique, the feasibility and patient's satisfaction of multiple surgeries: Risk-reducing salpingo-oophorectomy (RRSO) combined with mastectomy in patients with BRCA 1-2 mutation carriers. We conducted a retrospective analysis of patients with BRCA 1-2 variants who underwent RRSO combined with risk-reducing bilateral mastectomy (RRBM) or surgeries for breast cancer from January-2015 to December-2021. We collected data about surgeries, complications, and patients' satisfaction using a questionnaire submitted 30 days after surgery. We included 54 patients. Forty-eight patients underwent RRSO, and six patients underwent RRSO + Total laparoscopic hysterectomy (LTH). The minor postoperative complications within 30 days were four: one breast seromas aspiration (1.9%), one infectious reconstructive complication treated with antibiotics therapy (1.9%), one Red-Breast-Syndrome (1.9%) and one trocar abdominal hematoma (1.9%) associated with RRSO. The major postoperative complications within 30 days were five: two evacuations of a breast hematoma (3.7%) and three infectious reconstructive complications treated with removal expander/implant (5.6%). No postoperative complications after 30 days were observed. According to the satisfaction questionnaire, more than 90% of patients were satisfied and would have combined surgery again. In conclusion, the multiple surgeries seem feasible and safety with a single anesthesia, a single surgical time, a single postoperative recovery, and a high patients' satisfactions without increasing morbidity.
Keywords: BRCA 1–2; combined surgeries; risk-reducing bilateral mastectomy (RRBM); risk-reducing salpingo-oophorectomy (RRSO).