An underdiagnosed cause of nipple pain presented on a camera phone

@article{Holmen2009AnUC,
  title={An underdiagnosed cause of nipple pain presented on a camera phone},
  author={Oddgeir Lingaas Holmen and Bengt S Backe},
  journal={BMJ : British Medical Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={339}
}
Ordinary camera phones deliver high quality photographs, which can help doctors make uncommon diagnoses 

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