Stereotactic breast biopsy: Comparison of 14- and 11-gauge

Burbank, Fred
November 1997
American Surgeon;Nov1997, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p988
Academic Journal
Compares the specimen weights, tissue acquisition times and complication rates for 14- and 11-gauge Mammotome probes during stereotactic breast biopsy. Device used to perform breast biopsy; Final dressing for the 14-gauge biopsy site; Summary of breast tissue weights submitted to the Pathology Department from 1991 to 1996.


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