Endocrinology of Benign Breast Disease in Relation to the Severity of Radiological Dysplasia

  • H. Junkermann
  • K. Klinga
  • E. Weber
  • D. von Fournier
Conference paper

Abstract

Attempts to relate benign breast disease with a hormonal disbalance have had inconsistent results (Mansel, this volume). One reason for this may be the lack of a generally accepted classification. Some authors have even denied the existence of such a disease entity [3].

Keywords

Estrogen Progesterone Estradiol 

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1989

Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Junkermann
  • K. Klinga
  • E. Weber
  • D. von Fournier

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