Reading Ultrasound Results?
Hello doctor, the other day I had breast ultrasound and while on ultrasound the doctor said there was nothing in my breast. But when I read the results of the ultrasound, it said: 1. BREAST COMPOSITION: scattered given glandural tissue2. MASS: Nil3. CALCIFICATION: Nil4. DILATED DUCTS: fibroglandural duct dilatation5. INTRA-MAMMARY NODE: nil6. ASSYMMETRIC BREAST ISSUE: Nil-Lymphnode with right axilla fatty hilum 6mm diameterImpression: Bilateral mammary ductemtasia (age-appropriate) No pathological lesions were seen in the two right axillary mammarymphs with normal morphology. What do you mean by bilateral mammary ductemtasia? Please information, thank you
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An ultrasound examination is a supplementary examination which cannot be made as the sole diagnostic reference, but rather needs to be made according to the condition and clinical assessment of direct history and physical examination.
Based on the information you have given, there is a widening of the breast glandular duct that is appropriate for your age, there is no abnormal picture in the breast armpit lymph node, normal form
To get further information related to the tweets results that are in accordance with your clinical condition, you should check with your doctor who has previously treated you to get an evaluation related to your condition.
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