The duty of care of screening services to notify women with silicone breast implants of the presence of screen detected leaking implants

This clinical advice from the BreastScreen Australia (BSA) Clinical Advisory Committee (CAC) reviews the role of screening services in reporting implant problems detected during screening.

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The duty of care of screening services to notify women with silicone breast implants

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The BSA CAC advises that management of symptoms is not part of the role of screening services, but that each jurisdiction may wish to determine what is best practice.

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