Results From Examination Of Right Breast Tissue?
Hello, I am a 36 year old woman who, I want to ask, the microscopic results of my breast surgery are made from the right hand mama showing breast tissue pieces consisting of collagen connective tissue proliferation with ductuli / asinus dilating and widening cystic. Some glands with ductal hyperplasia and aprokin metaplasia. There also appears to be a focus on adenosis and a small capsule consisting of tissue proliferation, fibromycsoid and ductuli / acinie coated with a layer of thoracic epithelium and myoepithelial. nCan you explain more details, is this dangerous or not? r nThank you r nFitri
Hello Fitri, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com
From the results of the examination of the tissue found 3 abnormal tissue in your breast. The first is fibrocystic changes (your results are called fibrocystic disease, but this term has been replaced by fibrocystic changes because they are not a disease). Fibrocystic changes are conditions that are quite common in women before or during menstruation caused by breast sensitivity to hormonal changes. This condition is harmless and does not increase the risk of developing breast cancer.
The second condition is ductal hyperplasia (ductal hyperplasia). This condition can have 3 possibilities:
mild ductal hyperplasia without atypia, this condition does not increase the risk of breast cancer moderate ductal hyperplasia without atypia, this condition can increase the risk of breast cancer by 1.5 to 2 times. ductile hyperplasia with atypia, this condition can increase the risk of breast cancer up to 4 to 5 times. The last condition is fibroadenoma. Fibroadenoma is a benign breast tumor that is generally harmless. There are 2 types of fibroadenomas. Simple fibroadenoma and complex fibroadenoma. Simple fibroadenoma will not increase the risk of breast cancer, while complex fibroadenoma can slightly increase the risk of breast cancer.
At this time there is most likely no dangerous cancer in your breast, but you should take the results to the doctor who treats you so that further evaluation can be done. Your doctor will match the results of the examination with your clinical setting to determine the most appropriate therapy for you.
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