Explanation Of The Results Of Ultrasound Lab Breast Examination.?
Hello, I want to ask … the meaning of the results of the ultrasound mamae.mamae dextra -military areolar molar tissue / fibroglandular well-appears solid or cystic mass -micro calcification (-) -retraction cutis, subcutis u0026amp; papillae (-) Mamae sinistra – an anechoic mass that appears well demarcated at the 6 o’clock position on the papilla is approximately 0.9 cm and the 7-8 o’clock position is approximately 1.6 X 0.7 cm. – micro calcification (-) – contraction of cutis, subcutis and papillae (-) Axila dextra u0026amp; sinistra – enlargement of the gland (-) cyste mamae sinistraThat’s the question thanks.
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In the results of an ultrasound of your breast, a lump was found on your left breast. Based on the results of the examination, the doctor who performed an ultrasound on you suspected the lump was a cyst. Cysts are benign tumors that are shaped like sacs and are filled with fluid. Breast cysts often occur in patients aged 35 to 50 years. Breast cysts usually do not need special treatment unless they are large or cause pain or discomfort in the patient. You should bring the ultrasound result back to the surgeon who recommended an examination. The surgeon will explain in more detail the results of an ultrasound examination compared to the results of the direct examination and the symptoms that are felt. The doctor will discuss what to do next.
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