"Breast Implant Illness”: What Do We Know? What Can We Do?
by Julie A Tagliareni
Credit available Tue 12/22/20 - Wed 12/22/21
for up to 1.00 Prescribed credits
Breast implant illness (BII) is a relatively recent clinical phenomenon in which women have reported more than 100 symptoms attributed to breast implants, ranging from fatigue, brain fog, and joint pain to headache and hair loss, anxiety, and depression. Faced with this scenario, clinicians need to be aware of the breast implant history of their patients to assess whether any or all of a patient’s presenting symptoms are related to breast implants; to make informed decisions on workup, diagnosisLearn more
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|"Breast Implant Illness”: What Do We Know? What Can We Do?||Credit available Tue 12/22/20 - Wed 12/22/21||1.00 Prescribed credits|