MCQ Surgery 9

on with 0 comments



A 29-year-old woman comes to the physician for follow-up of a right breast lump. The patient first noticed the lump 4 months ago. It was aspirated at that time, and cytology was negative, but the cyst recurred about 1 month later. The cyst was re-aspirated 2 months ago and, again, the cytology was negative. The lump has recurred. Examination reveals a mass at 10 o'clock, approximately 4 cm from the areola. Ultrasound demonstrates a cystic lesion. Which of the following is the most appropriate next step in management?

A. Mammography in 1 year
B. Ultrasound in 1 year
C. Tamoxifen therapy
D. Open biopsy
E. Mastectomy

Answer


Category: Surgery MCQs

POST COMMENT

0 comments:

Post a Comment

Is there something you wish to add? Have something to say? Feel free to leave a comment.