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  • Image features in correlation with biopsy in diabetic mastopathy associated with diabetes type 2 [Case Reports]
    Rev Med Inst Mex Seguro Soc 2018; 56(3):323-328Remírez-Castellanos AL, Herrera-Juárez KJ, … Candanedo-González F
  • CONCLUSIONS: Diabetic mastopathy is a rare morphological change, which requires clinical correlation and sets out the differential diagnosis in physical examination and imaging studies of breast cancer. Breast US is the most useful diagnostic tool to evaluate a palpable nodule in a patient with suspected diabetic mastopathy and the biopsy is the gold standard test which allows the diagnosis.
  • [Usefulness and risks of routine mammography for the detection of breast cancer]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Med Inst Mex Seguro Soc 2014 Nov-Dec; 52(6):704-8Hernández-Valencia M, Hernández-Quijano T, … Saucedo R
  • It has been accepted that preclinicall detection of breast cancer by means of the routine practice of mammography could discover the disease at its initial stage; therefore, practicing a mammography annually became widespread as a preventive health measure to diagnose the disease and prevent death due to breast cancer. Over time, the benefit of detection tests has been questioned and demonstratio…
  • [Poland's syndrome. Case report]. [Case Reports]
    Rev Med Inst Mex Seguro Soc 2010 Jan-Feb; 48(1):79-82Téllez-Olvera A, Romero-Alvarez J, Salgado-Molina MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The patient showed 4 out of the 5 characteristics considered as typical by Hester and Bostwick. In terms of hand anomalies, she was classified as type 1 according to Gausewitz and according with Al-Qaifan, the patient belongs to type 2.
  • [Phyllodes tumor: institutional experience]. [Journal Article]
    Ginecol Obstet Mex 2009; 77(12):567-72Aranda Flores C, Olaya Guzmán EJ, … Miguel Pérez PS
  • CONCLUSIONS: It is a rare neoplasm, andthe clinician must be aware of its timely diagnosis and treatment, if not some cases will develop breast deformity and some others will be borderline or malignant.
  • [Frequency of risk factors in breast cancer]. [Journal Article]
    Ginecol Obstet Mex 2008; 76(11):667-72Romero Figueroa Mdel S, Santillán Arreygue L, … Ramírez Mendiola VL
  • CONCLUSIONS: The most frequent risk factors included: overweight, obesity, smoking, exogenous hormones and pregnancy long term > 30 years. The method most frequently used for detection was self examination.
  • [Bowen's disease of the breast]. [Case Reports]
    Cir Cir 2005 Sep-Oct; 73(5):379-81Ortiz-Mendoza CM, Acosta-Sánchez NA, Catarino-Dircio A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Epidermal Bowen's disease of breast is an uncommon entity but with similar clinical signs as in other anatomical areas.
  • [Parenchyma pattern and breast cancer. Analyses and consequences]. [Journal Article]
    Geburtshilfe Frauenheilkd 1984; 44(2):75-8Müller G, Wolf G, Hohenberg G
  • 500 mammograms were analysed according to Wolfe, with additional mastography group. The mammogram documented a risk pattern which correlated to the statistic increase in carcinoma. Our own experience also showed no correlation between simple mastopathy and carcinoma of the breast. Therefore, the risk pattern should be regarded as part of the known risk factors and should indicate selective screen…
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