How Long Does It Take for a Stereotactic Breast Biopsy Hematoma to Go Away?

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Stereotactic breast biopsies are deformities in the breast that are regularly identified by physical examination and imaging studies. For a stereotactic breast biopsy hematoma to disappear, it depends on a patient and the size of the hematoma, normally it takes a week to several weeks to go away. For more help, you should consult a radiation oncologist.
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