On-demand recorded 25 Feb 2021
Whilst the majority of palpable lumps are benign, patients will look to their GP to assess and investigate their symptoms. Efficient evaluation and prompt diagnosis are important to exclude malignancy. This webinar explores the challenges associated with breast lump presentations and aims to improve patient outcomes by enhancing your knowledge in evaluating, treating, referring and managing patients with palpable breast abnormalities.
- Outline the key features of examination and investigation of palpable breast lumps
- Summarise the triple test approach to investigating a new breast symptom
- Create a management and surveillance plan for the patient who is diagnosed with malignancy
This event attracts 2 CPD points