Many of the problems brought to the attention of the physician concerning the adolescent breast involve variations of normal development that are accentuated by varying degrees of emotional and social overlay. Although they may appear minor to the physician, these problems are often quite real and distressing to the patient.1. Less common are true congenital or acquired abnormalities of the breast, some of which require surgical attention. Although few of these problems are life threatening, they are of great importance to the patient and deserve proper copnsideration and management.
KeywordsThyroid Stimulate Hormone Breast Development Hidradenitis Suppurativa Sella Turcica Gonadal Dysgenesis
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