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|12/7/2005||Hi: I sent this question on 12/6/05 and noticed you had responded to most on that date. then, when I did a search, I found the question, but it had an error as the answer. So, I'm not sure whether you saw it or not. So, I'm resending, with the "error" answer. thanks... Q: What is an "OVERLAPPING lesion of the breast"? Is the "upper, outer" quadrant the quadrant near the outside of the body (i.e. by the armpit) on each side? Where is the upper inner quadrant -- the inside quadrant on each side? Just trying to get the geography down, and thanks for all your help.... A: Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a005e' Invalid use of Null: 'replace' /services/ask_expert/index.asp, line 288|
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|12/7/2005||yes, i didn't respond to this one earlier. upper outer quad is the area closest to the armpit. inner upper quad is next to it and close to the breast bone. overlapping lesion- not sure what they mean by this.|
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