Explanation Of The Results Of The Mammography Examination?
Good doctor, I want to ask r nMy mammography results are r nCutis and subcutis good papillary mother is not retraining, grade b density fibro glandular tissue, asymmetrical r n There is an asymmetrical focal density of iragular edges, in the deep portion of the right glandular retropapilla Left axillary small lymph nodes. r n Impression: irregular edge asymmetric focal compacting in deep portion of right mamae retropapilla r nPlease Advice
Thank you Widyas Linda for your question on the HealthReplies.com forum, mammography is a useful breast examination to detect breast tumors early, where this examination uses X-rays directed at the patient's breast. On this mammography examination can usually only assess the presence of a tumor or not, but this examination cannot assess whether a tumor is malignant or benign. Where this assessment is assessed based on the findings of disturbances such as:
- asymmetrical conditions
- there is calcification
- There is a thickening around the skin area
If you find a disorder like the conditions above, it can generally be said that there is a problem with a sufferer's breast. However, in your case, it would be better if the evaluation of the mammography results can be immediately reassessed with the relevant specialist doctor who is an expert in their field for further action planning or therapy.
Here is an article about breast lumps
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