Explanation Of The Results Of The Breast Examination?
Mamae dextra: visible widening of the breast ductus right, especially at 9-10 o’clock with a size of 1.19 × 0.75 and a size of 0.67 accompanied by a picture of inspissated debris. No visible calcifications. R nMamae left: normal cutis and sub cutis, no visible slight widening of the left breast duct, especially at 3 o’clock, no visible mass or calcification, no visible lymphadenopathy. R n r nWhat does that mean? Explanation please. thanks.
What checks did you do?
To diagnose a disease, an anamnesis (question and answer) of the patient and a direct physical examination is required. Investigations alone cannot make a diagnosis.
From the examination you did, there was an enlargement of the breast duct on the right breast, and there was no visible hardening process. Whereas on the left breast there is no enlargement of the breast duct.
Enlargement of the ductus can usually be caused by a ductus ecstasia. Ductus ecstasia is a chronic inflammation of the breast duct and often causes chronic mastitis. This enlarged duct can contain cholesterol, protein, or calcifications. Ductus ecstasia is a condition that often occurs in women aged around 45-55 years and usually causes no symptoms. Ductus ecstasia is not a breast cancer. Sometimes it is possible that ductus ecstasia can cause soreness or pain in the breast.
Therefore, to find out more detail and certainty about the results of your examination, you should consult directly with your obstetrician, so that the doctor can provide a more precise explanation according to your circumstances.
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