Pediatric Breast Masses: An Overview of the Subtypes, Workup, Imaging, and Management.

@article{Knaus2021PediatricBM,
  title={Pediatric Breast Masses: An Overview of the Subtypes, Workup, Imaging, and Management.},
  author={Maria E. Knaus and Julia E Grabowksi},
  journal={Advances in pediatrics},
  year={2021},
  volume={68},
  pages={
          195-209
        }
}
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Disparities in the Management of Pediatric Breast Masses.

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