- Obstetrics-Gynecology. Eskin, Bernard A. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;12/19/90, Vol. 264 Issue 23, p3076
Reviews the non-fiction book 'Breast Disease for Gynecologists,' by William H. Hindle.
- Advanced Therapy of Breast Disease. Shiffman, Melvin A. // International Journal of Cosmetic Surgery & Aesthetic Dermatolog;Jun2000, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p160
Reviews the book 'Advanced Therapy of Breast Disease,' by S. Evan Singletary.
- Benign breast diseases: a surgical approach. Hill, A. // Surgeon (Edinburgh University Press);Jun2009, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p190
The article reviews the book "Benign Breast Diseases: A Surgical Approach," by Uma Krishnaswamy.
- Commentaries on Research in Breast Disease, vol 2. Baum, Michael // Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Sep1983, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p805
The article reviews the book "Commentaries on Research in Breast Disease," vol. 2, edited by R. D. Bulbrook and D. J. Taylor.
- Biopsy pathology of the breast second edition (Book). Sloane, J.P. // British Journal of Cancer;10/21/2002, Vol. 87 Issue 9, p1055
Reviews the book 'Biopsy Pathology of the Breast,' edited by John P. Sloane.
- The commonest cancer. Ellis, Harold // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);8/6/1983, Vol. 287 Issue 6389, p418
Reviews the book 'Diagnosis of Breast Disease: Imaging, Clinical Features, and Pathology,' edited by C.A. Parsons.
- Breast Disease for Primary Care Physicians. Seamark, Clare J. // Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Jun1999, Vol. 92 Issue 6, p322
The article reviews the book "Breast Disease for Primary Care Physicians," by Bernard A. Eskin, Sucha O. Asbell and Lori Jardines.
- Benign Breast Diseases: Radiology – Pathology – Risk Assessment. Goodwin, Pamela J. // New England Journal of Medicine;9/9/2004, Vol. 351 Issue 11, p1153
The article reviews the book "Benign Breast Diseases: Radiology--Pathology--Risk Assessment," by Catherine N. Chinyama.
- Best help for tender breasts. Weinhouse, Beth // Redbook;Sep92, Vol. 179 Issue 5, p26
Reports that while almost 70 percent of women suffer tender breasts, or fibrocystic breast change, before menstruation, there's no definitive treatment. Cutting caffeine and taking the pill do seem to help.