Published in Cancer Weekly, December 3rd, 2002
The researchers used the technique, known as ductoscopy, to detect breast abnormalities in women with a condition called pathologic nipple discharge (PND).
"This technique is more successful than anything we've had in the past for identifying and localizing abnormalities in the breast in women with pathologic nipple discharge," said first author Jill Richardson Dietz, MD, assistant professor of surgery and a breast surgeon at the...
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