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A 52-years old woman feels a lump in her right

A 52-years old woman feels a lump in her right breast on self-examination and goes to her physician.
On physical examination the 4 cm mass is felt in her breast, not freely movable and feels quite hard.
A. What confirmatory examination should be done for this patient?
Thu, 27 Sep 2018
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