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By far the majority of women presenting with a breast complaint will be diagnosed as having a benign, rather than malignant, condition. Despite this, clinical and research interest has always favoured breast cancer, and few publications have attempted to cover benign breast disorders as an independent entity.
Now in its second edition, this critically acclaimed book provides practical and detailed management guidelines for the full spectrum of benign breast conditions. Relevant investigations are discussed and clear guidance is given for the most effective treatment strategies in each situation, including dealing with treatment failures and recurring problems. The underlying pathology and physiology is also discussed from the clinicans viewpoint, to help understand clinical presentations and response to treatment. The text is lavishly illustrated with colour and black-and-white illustrations of the highest quality, covering gross, and microscopic appearances, and a specialist section on radiology.
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Reviews of the first edition: "Outstanding... I would urge all gynecologists, surgeons, generalists and radiologists to have this book on their shelves and libraries". JAMA, 1990 "Surgeons requiring advice may have difficulty finding a source on enlightenment. They need search no more. The Cardiff team have fielded a world-beater." - The Lancet, 1990 -- The Lancet, 1990
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Book Description Bailliere Tindall, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. 2. Seller Inventory # DADAX0702020699