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A 55-year-old woman presents in the office after noticing a bloody stain on her nightgown from her left breast. She denies trauma to the area. She has no past medical history and is not taking any medications. She denies a family history of breast cancer. Clinical examination of the breast reveals no masses or skin changes, but manual expression reveals a drop of bright red blood from a solitary duct at the 2 o’clock position of the left breast. Breast imaging with mammogram and ultrasound were negative for worrisome lesions.
What is the most appropriate next step in her management?
- Repeat mammogram and ultrasound in 6 months
- Refer for surgical excision of the duct
- Reassurance, as the breast imaging was negative
- Perform cytology on nipple discharge
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