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Atypical Hyperplasia

Atypical Hyperplasia - How to prevent?

Atypical Hyperplasia - Causes and Risk Factors

Atypical Hyperplasia - Diagnosis

​A biopsy of the abnormal area seen on mammogram may be recommended. This may be done using a needle biopsy or by open biopsy. An open biopsy allows more tissue to be examined and in about 25 percent of cases, an early cancer may be found.

Atypical Hyperplasia - Preparing for surgery

Atypical Hyperplasia - Post-surgery care

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