Is Platelet Rich Plasma an Alternative Treatment in Granulomatous Mastitis?
AbstractIdiopathic granulomatous mastitis is a rare, chronic inflammatory breast disease. Surgical excision with or without steroids is an acceptable and effective therapy in carefully selected patients. Herein an alternative treatment strategy is reported to discuss if it is beneficial or not.
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