|Patient Centered Medicine 2
September 4, 2007
Michael Koller, MD
Lectures: 1:15 p.m.
Small Group: Immediately following lecture, SDLs, Seminar Rooms or
Small Group end by 3:30 in order for the
first Breast Exam Workshop to begin.
- Bates' Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking, 8th Edition, Chapter.
- Does This
Patient Have Breast Cancer?: The Screening Clinical Breast Examination:
Should It Be Done? How?
- (Follow the above link for the article in bullet 2)
Computer Assisted Lessons
Key Concepts and Learning Objectives
- Identify the relevant anatomy, physiology, and lymphatic drainage as it pertains to the examination
of the breast.
- Define terminology related to the breast examination.
- Recognize risk factors for breast cancer.
- Take a complete history for breast disease.
- Recognize the components of the Breast Examination
B. Lymph Node Exam
C. Vertical Stripe method of Breast Examination
- Recognize the different mammography screening guidelines
- Describe various presentations of breast disease (benign and
- Using models, do a complete exam of the breasts, and recognize
- Write up the exam of the breasts and axilla
- Review major concepts learned from the
readings and lecture.
- Co-facilitators demonstrate exam technique on the models
- Co-facilitators illustrate how to write up the exam of the breasts and