Trends in surgical treatment of breast cancer at an urban

Arnold, Ruth E.; Frykberg, Eric R.; Kilkenny, John W.; Bowers, Gary J.; Mierzejeski, Julie
February 1998
American Surgeon;Feb1998, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p107
Academic Journal
Analyzes the presentation and surgical treatment of breast cancer at the University of Florida Health Science Center/Jacksonville (UFHSCJ), an urban teaching hospital. Spread of breast cancer among women in the United States; Most commonly performed operation for breast cancer; Results and discussions.


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