SESAP Critique

June 1999
Canadian Journal of Surgery;Jun99, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p199
Academic Journal
Analyzes the occurrence and management of pubertal gynecomastia. Pathologic causes; Peak incidence; Average duration; Surgical intervention; Physical examination of adolescents with gynecomastia.


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