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  • Pediatric breast masses: an argument for observation. [Journal Article]
  • JSJ Surg Res 2018; 228:247-252
  • McLaughlin CM, Gonzalez-Hernandez J, … Piper HG
  • CONCLUSIONS: Over 9 y, all pediatric breast masses removed at a single center were benign, most commonly fibroadenoma. Ultrasound was an accurate predictor of size, but large lesions did not necessarily confer a high malignancy risk. Observation is appropriate for asymptomatic breast masses in children. Decision for surgery should be individualized and not based on size alone.
  • Outpatient clinic for users of anabolic androgenic steroids: an overview. [Journal Article]
  • NJNeth J Med 2018; 76(4):167
  • Smit DL, de Ronde W
  • CONCLUSIONS: AAS abuse did not lead to critical health issues. However, the incidence of less severe side effects among AAS users appears high. Considering the large number of abusers in the community, AAS abuse poses an important public health problem. A prospective study with a systematic approach is required to provide more reliable data regarding health risks of AAS abuse.
  • A Systematic Method for Reviewing and Analyzing Health Information on Consumer-Oriented Websites. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Adv Nurs 2018 May 29
  • Rew L, Saenz A, Walker LO
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although most extant analyses of consumer-oriented websites have focused on disease conditions and their treatment, website-analysis methodology would encourage analyses that fall into the nursing care domain.The method outlined in this paper is intended to provide nurses and others who work with specific patient populations with the tools needed for website analytic studies. Such studies provide a foundation for making recommendations about quality websites, as well as identifying gaps in online information for health consumers. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Diagnosis and Management of Gynecomastia for Urologists. [Review]
  • CUCurr Urol Rep 2018 May 17; 19(7):46
  • Baumgarten L, Dabaja AA
  • Our aim is to review the steps of diagnosis and management of gynecomastia with a special focus on treatment of gynecomastia associated with androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer.
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