The Intact[TM] Breast Lesion Excision System (BLES) utilises radiofrequency cauterisation to remove the lesion and is reviewed by the authors in this issue of Advances in Breast Cancer.
What does BLES stand for?
BLES stands for Breast Lesion Excision System
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- Buffer Layer Engineering in Semiconductors (ESPRIT Project 6854)
- Bureau of Labor and Employment Statistics (Philippines)
- British Limbless Ex-Service Men's Association
- Big Lake Environment Support Society (St. Albert, Alberta, Canada)
- Borrowing and Lending Securities Scheme (India)
- Business Licensing Electronic Support System (Malaysia)
- Bachelor of Leisure Studies
- Bears, Lions, Eagles and Steelers Talent Organization (professional football scouting combine)
- Basic Law Enforcement Training
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[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] [FIGURE 2 OMITTED] Other biopsy systems The Intact[TM] Breast Lesion Excision System is a large biopsy device developed in the USA and originally released in 2001.