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Approach to a Patient with Breast Lump

Approach to a Patient with Breast Lump

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Course Information
At the end of this module; the student should be able to: - Explain the anatomic basis of signs such as dimpling; puckering; tethering. - Perform a thorough breast examination. - List the various differential diagnosis of a breast lump in various age groups.

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Author Dr. Anubhav Vindal; MBBS; MS (Surgery); DNB; MNAMS; MRCS (Edinburgh); FAIS; FCLS Assistant Professor; Department of Surgery; Maulana Azad Medical College; New Delhi.
Review Editor Dr. Niladhar S. Hadke; MBBS; MS (Surgery); Director Professor; Department of Surgery; Maulana Azad Medical College; New Delhi.
Associate Editor Dr. Srividya K. V; MBBS; MS; DNB (ENT) and Dr. Varun Gupta; MBBS; MD Clinical Education & Reference Division; Elsevier.
TOC
Approach to a Patient with Breast Lump
  • Introduction
  • Preparation of Patient
  • Investigations
  • Differential Diagnosis of Breast Lump
  • Test Yourself

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