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(Nipple discharge)
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  • Managing Male Mammary Maladies. [Review]
  • EJEur J Breast Health 2018; 14(1):5-9
  • Fentiman IS
  • This review examines the symptoms, need for referral and management of the benign breast conditions which afflict males, together with the steps that are necessary to exclude or confirm male breast c...
  • Breast imaging in patients with nipple discharge. [Review]
  • RBRadiol Bras 2017 Nov-Dec; 50(6):383-388
  • de Paula IB, Campos AM
  • Nipple discharge is a common symptom in clinical practice, representing the third leading breast complaint, after pain and lumps. It is usually limited and has a benign etiology. The risk of malignan...
  • Benign Breast Conditions. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Am Osteopath Assoc 2017 Dec 01; 117(12):755-760
  • Bodine AM, Holahan B, Mixon A
  • Breast masses and nipple discharge are common symptoms that lead women to seek medical care. Many of the findings on subsequent examination are benign. When evaluating a patient who presents with bre...
  • Indicators of breast cancer in patients undergoing microdochectomy for a pathological nipple discharge in a middle-income country. [Journal Article]
  • JSJ Surg Res 2017; 220:336-340
  • Lesetedi C, Rayne S, … Benn CA
  • CONCLUSIONS: In our population, a bloody discharge in women aged 55 years or older should mandate a microdochectomy, with selective surgery for younger women and those with nonbloody discharges. Thorough clinical examination to determine the true color and nature of the discharge is vital in the initial assessment of these patients. Preoperative radiology is not helpful in determining the presence of cancer (in an isolated pathological nipple discharge), and microdochectomy still remains the gold standard in diagnosing cancer in these patients.
  • Ex vivo feasibility study of endoscopic intraductal laser ablation of the breast. [Journal Article]
  • LSLasers Surg Med 2017 Oct 09
  • de Boorder T, Waaijer L, … Witkamp AJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: We show for the first time that laser ductoscopy is technically feasible. The Thulium laser enables a superficial intraductal ablation and is a useful tool for intraductal interventions. An in vivo prospective study is needed to further demonstrate its potential. Lasers Surg. Med. © 2017 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
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