Lump On The Left Breast?
Assalamuallikum wr wb. Happy mlm. Yesterday I had to control the poly oncology under the ultrasound and the results were like this what was the case, the left Mammae looked multiple anechoic lesions at 3 / 3cm from the papilla (size 1.3 x 0.8 x 1.1cm), at 4 / 3-4 cm from the papilla size 1.2 x 1.6 1.1 cm), 9/1 cm from the papilla (size 0.9x 0.6cm) from papilla size (size 0.9 x 0.7 x 0.9 cm) with an oval, but regular, parallel axis with the skin, or across wider than. cutis and subcutis do not appear to thicken. Mammae papilla reaction is not visible. Homogeneous parenchymal background echotexture. No visible duct enlargement. No visible enlargement of the axilla region of the lymph glands. Impression: mutiple simple cyst on left mammae. Appropriate fibrocystic change image (US birads 2). Please explain whether this result is a doctor. Sebum and after that we say thank you wassallamuallaikum.
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Lump in the breast is an unusual form of a lump in the breast, so it is also called a tumor. Lumps or tumors in the breast can be benign or malignant. To find out a breast lump is a benign or malignant tumor, it can be done by radiological examination of the breast or by examination of tissue biopsy.
Some of the conditions below can cause breast lumps from benign to malignant, such as:
1. FAM or mamae fibroadenoid
2. breast cyst
3. breast fibricistics
4. intraductal papilloma
5. inflammation of breast tissue
6. lipoma, or benign fat tissue tumor in the breast
7. breast cancer
In connection with your question, the results of the ultrasound that you do give an idea of some lumps of the left breast cysts that are clearly demarcated around the left breast papilla with varying sizes. From the results of the ultrasound examination mentioned 3 cyst points against the breast papillae, namely at 3 o'clock, at 4 o'clock, and at 9 o'clock of the breast papillae.
Breast cyst itself is a benign tumor that contains fluid that can be influenced by female hormonal factors. In general, breast cysts are benign and are not at risk of becoming malignant. In certain conditions where these cysts do not bother you or are small in size, special cysts are not needed. However, if you or the patient feels a disturbing complaint, then cyst management can be done with hormonal therapy, cyst fluid withdrawal, or with surgery.
Therefore, visit your surgeon and submit the results of this examination to your surgeon, thus, you can discuss with your doctor and the doctor can provide the right explanation for you and plan the treatment that is right for you. Thus, complaints of this lump do not bother you.