Dr Elijah Mobley
Victorville: 760-241-6201

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Breast Cancer

Breast Biopsies: The Different Types and Their Procedures

Breast Biopsies: The Different Types and Their Procedures | Dr. Mobley
If the results of your latest mammogram show an abnormal result, your primary doctor will want a follow up testing to learn the cause of the abnormal result. In some cases, the abnormal result can be a false positive for signs of cancer and the additional testing can determine if...
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Relief for Fibrocystic Breast Pain

Relief for Fibrocystic Breast Pain | Victorville Routine Scheduled Examinations
More than half of the female population will experience the pain, swelling, and discomfort of fibrocystic breasts. This is a condition that is characterized by the development of one, or more, sensitive lump in one or both breasts that can cause cysts to fill with fluid. While...
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Today’s Breast Biopsy is No Longer an Invasive Procedure

Today’s Breast Biopsy is No Longer an Invasive Procedure | Victorville Surgeon
If an unusual lump is found during a routine breast examination, or a suspicious abnormality was detected on a mammogram or MRI, your doctor will refer you to a Glendora or Victorville General Surgeon for a breast biopsy. A biopsy is required to determine if the lump or...
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Details Behind Breast Evaluation and Biopsy

Details Behind Breast Evaluation and Biopsy | Glendora General Surgeon
Breast cancer evaluation is very important. Often times a woman may have no symptoms at all, and other times, she may discover a lump or something unusual. This is why screening is so important. If a woman does have breast cancer without symptoms, it can be treated quickly giving...
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Breast Cancer Gene (BRCA) and Double Mastectomy Surgery

Breast Cancer Gene (BRCA) and Double Mastectomy Surgery
More and more general surgeons are being asked to perform double mastectomy surgery on women who are in excellent health and do not display any symptoms of breast cancer. There is a very good reason for their request in most cases. They have had a positive genetic BRCA1 or BRCA2...
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