Primary Care Clinic Breast Complains:PATIENT WITH FIBROCYSTIC BREASTS
PATIENT WITH FIBROCYSTIC BREASTS
Women often present to the primary care setting with a variety of breast complaints. Many of these are benign conditions but can be concerning to the patient. Breast complaints are common across the lifespan, and it is imperative for the nurse practitioner to be comfortable in assessing, diagnosing, and treating breast complaints.
1. Discuss any encounters you have had with patients who have had breast concerns. (USE EXAMPLE: PATIENT WITH FIBROCYSTIC BREASTS).
2. Review the evidence-based guidelines for evaluating and treating breast conditions.
3. How did you approach the assessment and the evaluation of breast complaints seen in the clinic setting?