Explanation Of The Results Of Benign Breast Tumors Ultrasound?
Assalamualaykum, I want to ask the purpose of the results of my mammary ultrasound, namely: Visible hioechoic nodules, firm boundaries, flat edges, mobile at 6.00 amola areola, size 3.4 x 3.8 X 4 mm. Are the results dangerous? And how to treat it? Thank you for the answer
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Based on the results of your mammary ultrasound examination, hioechoic nodules, firm borders, flat edges and mobile indicate a benign tissue or lump. Benign breast tumors have the characteristics of a lump with a flat edge, have a firm boundary and can be moved to follow the path of passive movement. While from the physical examination results, there were generally no significant abnormalities in the skin and around lumps in the breast / breast area.
In contrast to malignant tumors, it will usually provide physical examination results in the form of abnormalities in the skin, bumps that are not mobile on touch, uneven borders and uneven edges. Abnormalities around the skin such as the skin appear wrinkled like an orange peel, there are sores or white discharge coming from the nipple and the lumps get progressively enlarged.
There are various types of benign breast tumors, ranging from cysts, adenomas, mamae fibroadenoma (FAM) and fibrocystic. Ideally, further tests such as biopsy and blood laboratory are needed to assess whether there is suspicion toward malignancy.
All you can do is try to keep your daily lifestyle healthier by consuming nutritious food, meeting your body's daily fluid needs, exercising regularly, avoiding smoking, alcohol and stress. Consult further with a specialist who treats you so that you get more complete and relevant information related to your condition.
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