Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, August 3rd, 2007
"Careful clinical observation may be all that is required in many cases, because gynecomastia often resolves spontaneously. Because gynecomastia is usually caused by an imbalance of androgenic and estrogenic effects on the breast, medical therapy may include antiestrogens, androgens, or aromatase inhibitors," wrote H.S. Narula and...
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