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How can my doctor diagnose gynecomastia?

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In brief: Examination

The diagnosis can usually be made by physical examination of the breasts.
Sometimes mammography and ultrasound are helpful. Occasionally, biopsy is necessary.

In brief: Examination

The diagnosis can usually be made by physical examination of the breasts.
Sometimes mammography and ultrasound are helpful. Occasionally, biopsy is necessary.
Dr. Martin Wertkin
Dr. Martin Wertkin
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Dr. Richard Zienowicz
Surgery - Plastics
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In brief: Exam

Visual enlargement of the breasts constitutes gynecomastia.
If they're enlarged the diagnosis is obvious.

In brief: Exam

Visual enlargement of the breasts constitutes gynecomastia.
If they're enlarged the diagnosis is obvious.
Dr. Richard Zienowicz
Dr. Richard Zienowicz
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Dr. Mario Diana
Surgery - Plastics
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In brief: Yes and more

Diagnosis of gynecomastia is only the first step.
Identifying the cause is the next very important one. An experienced primary care physician will be able to conduct a complete workup and direct the next step in care.

In brief: Yes and more

Diagnosis of gynecomastia is only the first step.
Identifying the cause is the next very important one. An experienced primary care physician will be able to conduct a complete workup and direct the next step in care.
Dr. Mario Diana
Dr. Mario Diana
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