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Handling the mammographically directed biopsy: another approach



Handling the mammographically directed biopsy: another approach



Pathology 1(1): 47-49



Because of cost and manpower considerations, the approach to handling the mammographically directed biopsy in the author's hospital is a modification of the approach described in the previous article. The differences in approach are described.

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