Diseases

Mastosis: sources and notes

Author : Hélène Hodac

Expert consultant: Dr. Alain Tamborini, gynecologist.

Sources:

The Big Book of Gynecology, French National College of Gynecologists Obstetricians, Eyrolles, 2013.

P. Tranbaloc, Benign neoplasms and complex mastopathies - Pathologist's point of view, 26th SFSPM Days, 2006.


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