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  • 1. Introduction to Clinical Skills Breast and Axillae Universidad Iberoamericana UNIBE
  • 2. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • Teaching Staff
      • Dra Elizabeth Peralta
      • Dr Marcos Núñez
      • Dra Cristina Páez C
      • Dr Juan Carlos Mariñez
      • Dra Wayna Greo
      • Dra Yun Pey Lee
  • 3. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Embriology
      • Anatomy and physiology
        • Female vs Male breast
      • The Health History
      • Health Promotion and Counseling
      • Breast Cancer Risk classification
      • Technique of Examination
      • Breast self examination
      • Recording your findings
  • 4. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Embriology
  • 5. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Anatomy and physiology
        • Female vs Male breast
  • 6. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • The Health History
        • Breast lump or mass
        • Breast pain or discomfort
        • Nipple discharge
  • 7. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Health Promotion and Counseling
        • Palpable masses of the breast
        • Assesing risk of breast cancer
        • Breast cancer screening
  • 8. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Breast Cancer Risk factors
        • Female, 65 yo, jewish heritage, high socioeconomic status, tall
        • BRCA1 or BRCA2
        • Two or more first degree relatives with breast cancer
        • Personal history of breast cancer
        • High breast tissue density
        • Biopsy confirmed atypical hyperplasia
        • High dose radiation to chest
        • ↑ Estrogens
  • 9. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Breast Cancer Risk factors
  • 10. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Technique of Examination: Female
        • Breast Inspection
        • Breast Palpation
        • Nipple Palpation
  • 11. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Technique of Examination: Female
        • Breast Inspection
  • 12. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Technique of Examination: Female
        • Breast Palpation
  • 13. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Technique of Examination: Female
        • Breast Palpation
  • 14. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Technique of Examination: Female
        • Nipple Palpation
  • 15. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Technique of Examination: Male
        • Inspect nipple and areola
        • Palpate the areola and breast tissue for nodules
        • Distinguish obesity from gynecomastia
  • 16. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Breast self examination
  • 17. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Unibe Anatomical Model
  • 18. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Unibe Anatomical Model
  • 19. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Anatomical Models
      • SP Patients
  • 20. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Anatomy
  • 21. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Inspection
  • 22. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Palpation
  • 23. Introduction to Clinical Skills
    • The Breast and Axillae
      • Recording your findings
        • “ Breast symmetric without masses. Nipples without discharge”. Axillary adenopathy usually included after Neck in section on Lymph nodes
  • 24. Introduction to Clinical Skills