No useful role for fine needle aspiration as a marker for familial breast cancer.
AffiliationDepartment of Cytology, Christie Hospital, Manchester, UK.
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AbstractA study of a single fine needle aspiration taken from the upper outer quadrant of 228 asymptomatic women attending a family history clinic has been performed. No abnormalities were detected. This is not a useful screening tool in asymptomatic women at risk of breast cancer.
CitationNo useful role for fine needle aspiration as a marker for familial breast cancer. 2000, 9 (4):218-9 Breast
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