The clinical education of medical students has always posed a significant ethical dilemma. A balance must be found between the best management of the patient and the education of the medical student. The General Medical Council acknowledges that intimate examinations can be embarrassing and distressing for patients. Therefore, the patients attending breast clinics may be more likely to experience embarrassment and distress than patients attending clinics where intimate examinations are not routinely undertaken.
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