Anatomic Pathology Examination Results Of Breast Lumps?
hello doctor .. my reni dewi age 26 years old want to ask from the results of my PA is chronic non-specific granulomatous mastitis. please explain the doctor’s intent from my PA results … thanks
Mastitis is an inflammatory condition in breast tissue. Chronic granulomatous mastitis is an inflammation of the breast tissue that is chronic / long-term with a pathological picture of granulomatous tissue (this is obtained from the examination of PA).
Granulomatous chronic mastitis is often an unknown cause. From some literature, this condition can be related to tuberculosis complications, silicon injection reaction, or sarcoidosis. This condition generally occurs in young women and is not malignant. Treatment of mastitis in general is with drugs such as antibiotics and steroids.
Have you brought the results of the PA to the doctor who examined you? I suggest that you bring the results of the PA to the surgeon who treated you beforehand so that you can interpret the results of the PA and also be associated with the results of interviews and physical examinations and other supporting examinations (such as ultrasound and mammography) so that the doctor can draw conclusions and provide the most appropriate treatment for you yes.
Hope it helps you,