Posted on December 5th, 2001 by
Also called transillumination, this is a method of examining the breast. It is used primarily in younger women (40 years of age or less). This technique uses bright light to illuminate inner structures, in much the same way that children observe the blood and bones in their hands with a flashlight. It has limitations and by itself is not an adequate method of examination.
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