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Klinik und Diagnostik des Mammakarzinoms

  • C. Hausmaninger
  • G. Reiner
Part of the Angewandte Onkologie book series (AONKOLOGIE)

Zusammenfassung

Das Auftreten eines schmerzlosen, tastbaren Knotens in der Brust ist zweifellos das häufigste Symptom bei Patientinnen mit Mammakarzinom (Tabelle 1 [1, 2]). Damit verbundene Rötung und Ödem der Haut können auf ein inflammatorisches Karzinom hinweisen. Differentialdiagnostisch muß, vor allem bei zusätzlichen Schmerzen eine Infektion (Mastitis, Abszeß) mittels den später erwähnten Zusatzuntersuchungen ausgeschlossen werden.

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  • G. Reiner

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