The Rational Clinical Examination
David L. Simel, Drummond Rennie
Mary B. Barton, Kathryn A. Myers
breast cancer, women's health
"A 55-year-old woman without a family history of breast or ovarian
cancer and without a personal history of mantle radiation, suggesting
average risk of breast cancer, comes to your office requesting a
magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for screening for breast cancer.
Will the findings on a clinical breast examination (CBE) affect
the likelihood of breast carcinoma? ..."
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