Concept: Which Operation for Breast Cancer
The past decade or two has witnessed the adoption of a large number of new therapies for breast cancer ranging from biopsyplus-radiotherapy all the way to super-radical mastectomy. It is important to distinguish fact from fancy in addressing this controversy.
KeywordsBreast Cancer Radical Mastectomy Pectoral Muscle Total Mastectomy Serratus Anterior Muscle
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