Background: Unanimously recognized precancerous breast lesions are atypical ductal hyperplasia ADHatypical lobular hyperplasia, flat epithelial atypia, lobular carcinoma in situpapillary lesions, and proliferative radial scar. The increased risk of developing carcinoma associated with these lesions is found for both ipsi- and contra-lateral breasts. These precancerous lesions are also found in benign breast lesions.
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Fibrocystic breast disease, commonly called fibrocystic breasts or fibrocystic change, is a benign noncancerous condition in which the breasts feel lumpy. According to the Mayo Clinicmore than half of women will develop fibrocystic breast disease at some point in their lives. Many women with fibrocystic breasts will not have any associated symptoms.
Background: Benign breast disorders can be defined as any non-malignant breast condition and encompasses a wide range of clinical and pathological disorders. The aim of this study is to look at the patterns of benign breast diseases, the mode of presentation, management and to identify risk factors. Methods: This descriptive study was done in patients presented to the surgery OPD department with benign breast disorders.
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A benign breast condition is one that is not cancer. These problems often go away on their own or are easily treated. Because a few benign breast conditions can increase your risk of getting cancer in the future, you may need to have follow-up tests or exams with your obstetrician—gynecologist ob-gyn or other health care professional.
A benign breast condition refers to a lump, cyst, or nipple discharge fluid of the female or male breast that is not cancerous. There are numerous benign breast conditions. For women, the most common ones are:.
Benign non-cancerous breast conditions are unusual growths or other changes in the breast tissue that are not cancer. Having a benign breast condition can be scary at first because the symptoms often mimic those caused by breast cancer. You or your doctor might be able to feel a lump or see nipple discharge, or your mammogram might pick up something that requires further testing.