Explanation Of Breast Ultrasound Results There Is An Enlargement Of The Mammary Glands?
-dexstra. echostructure of fibroglandular breast tissue dominant dominant fat, homogeneous / symmetrical normal. no visible appearance of lesions. appear multiple dilatation of lactiferous ducts with firm borders, regular margins with debris therein (impression of milk fluid) related to the nipple area, at the 4.7 o’clock direction subcutis fat and cutis thickness are within normal limits. Lumpiferous enlargement does not appear in the axilla. Echostral pattern. The structure of the fibroglandular tissue is predominantly fat fat, homogeneous symmetric normal. dextraThat’s what it means docId I have breast cancer
Hello Alma, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Based on the results of breast ultrasound as you wrote above, we get the impression that there is an enlargement of the mammary glands in the right breast in the 4 o'clock direction which looks like milk (ASI) where this picture is radiologically suspected as a picture of galactocele, which is a lump / tumor benign in breast containing breast milk.
If based on the results of ultrasound alone, it can be said that this lump belongs to a benign breast tumor and is not a malignancy / cancer.
However, to further ascertain whether it is a benign tumor or not, it still needs further examination using histopathological examination (biopsy). Therefore, it is highly recommended to consult the results of this ultrasound examination further with the surgeon doctor who is currently treating you to determine what medical / therapeutic recommendations should be recommended for you.
I hope this helps.