Stereotactic fine-needle aspiration biopsy for the evaluation of nonpalpable breast lesions: Report of an experience based on 2,988 cases


Background: The increasing use of mammography has led to a significant increase in the detection of clinically occult lesions, the majority of which prove to be benign. SFNB has been suggested as a means of expediting a diagnosis for lesions that are malignant while limiting surgical biopsies for those that are benign. Methods: Clinically occult… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02305799

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