Joule Clinical Case – what’s your diagnosis?
A 36 year-old woman is seen by her family doctor for a slightly painful breast lump. Patient believes it has grown, but has no other breast changes. She has no family history of breast cancer and is otherwise healthy. She’s never had a mammogram. Examination reveals a rubbery, mildly tender, well-circumscribed, mobile mass in the upper outer quadrant of the left breast.
How would you manage this patient?
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