Australian Family Physician
Australian Family Physician



Meagan Brennan

BMed, FRACGP, DFM, FASBP, is a breast physician, The Poche Centre, North Sydney and Clinical Senior Lecturer, Northern Clinical School, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney, New South Wales.

The role of breast MRI in clinical practice

The use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for breast screening is increasing. Women may approach their general practitioner for advice on its role in breast screening and diagnosis.

Follow up after breast cancer Views of Australian women

Survivorship care after breast cancer treatment is increasingly complex as it aims to manage the long term effects of cancer and its treatment, including psychosocial needs. While survivorship care...

Lactational mastitis and breast abscess Diagnosis and management in general practice

Lactational mastitis is common, affecting one in 5 breastfeeding women. As well as causing significant discomfort, it is a frequent reason for women to stop breastfeeding.

Newly diagnosed early breast cancer An update on pre-operative assessment and staging

Surgery remains the recommended first line treatment for most early breast cancers. Once a breast cancer diagnosis has been established, appropriate pre-operative evaluation to assess the extent of...


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