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Our doctors provide their patients, both women and men, with a comprehensive course of care which includes:

Breast Surgery
• Lumpectomy
• Mastectomy/Skin Sparing Mastectomy
• Sentinel Node Biopsy
• Risk reducing surgery for high risk
patients - BRCA Positive

• Clinical Breast Exam
• Review of Imaging Studies such as Mammograms,
Ultrasounds and MRIs
• Post-Surgical Follow Up
• Genetic Testing

Diagnostic Procedures
• Fine Needle Aspiration
• Core Needle Biopsy
• Stereotactic and Sonogram Guided Breast Biopsy
in conjunction with the radiologist

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We know that selecting a doctor to treat your breast cancer may be one of the most
important decisions you will ever make. Your primary care physician may refer you to
one or more specialists. These specialists include surgeons, medical oncologists,
plastic surgeons and radiation oncologists.

Well Coordinated, Comprehensive Approach
For each breast cancer patient, Dr. Dultz and Dr. Crivello work in tandem with the
patient’s Referring Doctor, Radiologist, Medical Oncologist, Radiation Oncologist and
Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon to define the best breast cancer treatment plan. This
well-coordinated and collaborative effort ensures that all of you doctors are working together to help
obtain the best possible outcome.

Dr. Dultz is a board-certified surgeon and completed a fellowship in Breast Surgical
Oncology. She is a highly-trainned and experienced specialist in her field. “Specialists” are doctors who have completed their residency training in a specific area of medicine. After finishing the education and training needed for their specialty, they must pass an examination given by the specialty board. Doctors who meet all of the requirements for their specialty and pass the national board exams are given the status of "diplomate." They are now board-certified specialists in their fields. A specialist can become a subspecialist as well. To do this, the doctor must take at least one additional year of full-time education in a particular area of a specialty, or be selected to complete a

Dr. Dultz recognizes the value of this specialization which is why she selected Dr. Crivello to join her practice.

New York Times, July 2, 2006:

“ Looking for Answers When Choosing Care”

As reported in this article, Dr. Dultz’s annual volume of surgery places her and the University Medical Center at Princeton in the high volume category.

Benefits of a High Volume Surgeon
Recent studies confirm that patients of breast surgeons who do a high volume of breast cancer surgeries have a higher rate of survival than patients of lower-volume breast surgeons. Patients should seek out a breast surgeon who performs a high volume of breast cancer surgeries, and not just breast surgeries such as biopsies, but lumpectomies and mastectomies as well.

Who will help me “navigate” through all of these doctors and my treatment?
Mary Kiensicki is a registered nurse who is also certified as a Breast Health Navigator. As a navigator, Mary helps you understand all the different steps, accurately present your entire history and navigate through all the doctors, tests and procedures. She helps make sure all of the aspects of your treatment are covered and that all of the doctors are working in sync.



Rachel P. Dultz, MD, FACS
Breast Surgical Specialist, LLC
300B Princeton Hightstown Road, Suite 102, East Windsor, NJ 08520 | Phone: (609) 688-2729 | Fax: (609) 688-2709