Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 2nd, 1998
The technique, which requires no special equipment, personnel, or general anesthesia, may allow surgeons to treat women with suspicious breast masses in their offices, according to John T. Vetto, MD, FACS, an associate professor of surgery at Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU), Portland.
In a study presented at the 1998 Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons, held October 25-30 in Orlando, Florida, Vetto and his associates reported that by using this technique, they...
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