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  • Relapse of Biphenotypic Acute Leukemia as a Breast Mass. [Journal Article]
  • JBJ Breast Cancer 2016; 19(4):455-458
  • Shin HC
  • In acute leukemia, leukemic infiltration of the breast is extremely rare. We report a case of biphenotypic acute leukemia (BAL) that presented as a breast mass. A 30-year-old woman presented with a 4...
  • Objective assessment of a preterm infant's nutritive sucking from initiation of feeding through hospitalization and discharge. [Journal Article]
  • NINeonatal Intensive Care 2016; 29(1):40-45
  • Capilouto GJ, Cunningham TJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Successful infant feeding is a complex process that requires integration of physiologic function and neurobehavioral ability. To model AC's feeding performance over time, we used nfant Feeding Solution which measures tongue movement against the nipple and streams the data to a mobile tablet so it is displayed in real time. Access to real-time data provides caregivers with objective information that can be used to guide bedside care, help clinicians avoid complications and navigate infants to faster oral feeds and subsequently earlier and safer hospital discharge with lowered expense.
  • Antibiotic prophylaxis in reduction mammaplasty: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. [Journal Article]
  • TTrials 2016 Nov 30; 17(1):567
  • Garcia ES, Veiga DF, … Ferreira LM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Due to the variety of risk factors for SSI and limited case studies, conclusions regarding the effect of antibiotics on the occurrence of SSIs following reduction mammaplasty are potentially biased. In recent studies, perioperative antibiotic prophylaxis was effective in preventing infection and is therefore recommended in clinical practice. However, antibiotic use in the postoperative period still remains controversial.
  • A Study of Evaluation and Management of Rare Congenital Breast Diseases. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Clin Diagn Res 2016; 10(10):PC18-PC24
  • Singal R, Mehta SK, … Singal S
  • CONCLUSIONS: As breast swellings either fibroadenoma or carcinoma are common entities to come across everywhere but accessory breasts are rarely encountered especially in rural areas because of less awareness. The study found that there was tendency to neglect the swelling as there were minimal symptoms present. We also came across a rare entity, accessory breast and accessory nipples. A clinician should not ignore such cases taking as simple swelling because of chances of discovering a malignancy can occur.
  • Granulomatous Mastitis: A Rare Cause of Male Breast Lump. [Journal Article]
  • CRCase Rep Oncol 2016 May-Aug; 9(2):516-519
  • Al Manasra AR, Al-Hurani MF
  • CONCLUSIONS: Granulomatous mastitis is rare in females and extremely rare in male breast tissue. Since this disease mimics breast cancer in its clinical picture and radiologic findings are usually not conclusive, surgical excision is recommended in all cases.
  • Ductal Carcinoma In situ of the Male Breast. [Journal Article]
  • BCBreast Care (Basel) 2016; 11(4):288-290
  • Brents M, Hancock J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Male breast cancer is uncommon and, although there is increasing awareness, it is less studied compared to female breast cancer. With a clinical history of nipple discharge of any kind, further evaluation with imaging should be considered. In males with gynecomastia, it is important to remember that ductal carcinoma in situ, even of high grade, is difficult to detect on mammography and may not be associated with suspicious calcifications.
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