Kimberly Stone, MD is a board certified General Surgeon who specializes in breast surgical oncology and melanoma surgery. She treats all conditions related to breast health including: breast cancer, high risk prevention and screening, benign breast disease, and conditions related to lactation.
Dr. Stone completed a breast surgical oncology fellowship at UCSF, where she trained in all aspects of breast surgical oncology, and melanoma surgery. Dr Stone performs all types of breast surgery including total skin and nipple sparing mastectomy, wireless lumpectomy, benign breast disease excisions and axillary surgery. She works closely with plastic and reconstructive surgeons to offer women the best possible cosmetic options and results following treatment. Dr Stone performs melanoma surgery including wide local excision, sentinel lymph node biopsy, and lymph node dissections for melanoma.
Dr. Stone strives to deliver compassionate, patient-centered surgical care that is expert and evidence-based while at the same time customized to the unique needs of each patient. She believes that patient empowerment and education are at the heart of an excellent care team.
- Cancer > Breast Cancer
- General Surgery
Clinical Assistant Professor, Surgery - General Surgery
Medical Director, South Bay Operating Room (2018 - Present)
Boards, Advisory Committees, Professional Organizations
Member, American College of Surgeons (2008 - Present)
Member, Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Medical Society (2008 - Present)
Member, Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine (2016 - Present)
Member, American Society or Breast Surgery (2017 - Present)
Fellowship: Univ of California San Francisco (2018) CA
Fellowship, University of California, San Francisco, Breast Surgical Oncology (2018)
Board Certification, American Board of Surgery, General Surgery (2017)
Residency, Stanford Hospital and Clinics, General Surgery (2016)
Medical Education (MD), University of California, Irvine, Medicine (2009)
- A randomized phase II study comparing surgical excision versus NeOadjuvant Radiotherapy followed by delayed surgical excision of Ductal carcinoma In Situ (NORDIS) AMER ASSOC CANCER RESEARCH. 2020
The Biology Behind the American College of Surgeons Oncology Group Z0011 Trial
2015; 150 (12): 1148–49
View details for PubMedID 26332793
A Review of Anatomy, Physiology, and Benign Pathology of the Nipple
ANNALS OF SURGICAL ONCOLOGY
2015; 22 (10): 3236-3240
The nipple and areola are pigmented areas of modified skin that connect with the underlying gland of the breast via ducts. The fairly common congenital anomalies of the nipple include inversion, clefts, and supernumerary nipples. The anatomy of the nipple areolar complex is discussed as a foundation to review anatomical variants, and the physiologic development of the nipple, including changes in puberty and pregnancy, as well as the basis of normal physiologic discharge, are addressed. Skin conditions affecting the nipple include eczema, which, while similar to eczema occurring elsewhere on the body, poses unique aspects in terms of diagnosis and treatment. This article concludes with discussion on the benign abnormalities that develop within the nipple, including intraductal papilloma and nipple adenoma.
View details for DOI 10.1245/s10434-015-4760-4
View details for Web of Science ID 000360303800014
View details for PubMedID 26242366