Dr. Denise Rable is a board certified General Surgeon and is fellowship trained in Breast Surgical Oncology. Denise is an Oklahoma native originally from Tulsa. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and completed her general surgery residency at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. During her surgical residency she was awarded a National Institute of Health Research Fellowship and the H. Dale Collins Scholar in Surgery scholarship. She then completed her breast oncology fellowship at the OU Institute for Breast Health.
Dr. Rable has been a pioneer in bringing the latest surgical techniques to Oklahoma, including lymphatic mapping and sentinel lymph node biopsy in breast cancer, nipple sparing mastectomy, radioactive seed tumor localization, breast oncoplastic surgical techniques and autologous tissue breast reconstruction, among others. Additionally, Dr. Rable has completed the City of Hope Cancer Institute’s Cancer Genetics Program in Duarte, California.
Currently, Dr. Rable serves as the Director of Breast Surgery and Cancer Genetics for Integris Health System. She devotes her entire surgical practice to the care of patients with breast conditions. All of her continuing education and research is dedicated to offering the latest, most advanced options for breast surgery and the treatment of breast cancer.
Evaluation of Breast Pain and Nipple Discharge
- Participant will be able to identify common causes of breast pain.
- Participant will be able to outline appropriate evaluation and treatment of breast pain.
- Participant will be able to identify common causes of nipple discharge.
- Participant will be able to outline appropriate non-surgical and surgical recommendations for evaluation and treatment of nipple discharge.