Breast Cancer and Breast Mass
1. Educate patients on when to seek medical attention for abnormalities indicated by a palpable breast lump or mass.
2. Appraise current clinical practice guidelines and recommendations on screening mammograms for breast cancer.
3. Utilize risk assessment tools to estimate individual patients’ risk of developing breast cancer.
4. Discuss with patients and family members treatment options and expectations for recovery.
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Dean A. Seehusen, MD, MPH, FAAFP – Director, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital Family Medicine Residency, Fort Belvoir, Virginia
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