When to refer breast problems

Dixon, Mike
September 2010
Pulse;9/15/2010, Vol. 70 Issue 26, p29
The article offers tips to consider for breast problems. Patients should be aware of any changes in the contour of the breast. Patients should address any palpable lump that is obvious to the physicians. Patients should be aware for unilateral, spontaneous, persistent or bloodstained nipple discharge.


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