The Process Of Taking A Lump Suspected Malignant In The Breast?
ad lump 4 in the breast (left breast: 1 lump near the left armpit and lump in the upper position) (right breast: 1 lump on the left edge and 1 d near the nipple). the doctor wants all the lumps to be taken r nDoes that be dangerous ??? r nSy how scared
Hello Siti, Thank you for the question.
Lumps in the breast can be caused by various health conditions that are generally caused by benign lumps. However, in some cases, this lump can be a malignant lump. Lumps in the breast can be caused by:
To ascertain the cause of this lump, in addition to asking your complaint, the doctor also needs to do an examination on this lump and perform other examinations such as ultrasound, mammography, and biopsy. After knowing the cause, the doctor will determine the next appointment. Handling given by a doctor depends on the medical condition that you experience. This lump removal procedure will be recommended on malignant lumps if the size of the lump is still small and has not attacked the surrounding tissue. Surgical removal of breast tumors certainly has some risks such as the risk of anesthesia and the risk of surgery itself such as bleeding, infection, and scarring. Please discuss further with the oncology surgeon who is treating you because the doctor has already examined you and better understands your condition. Your doctor can also provide more information about these risks because this is also related to your condition. Don't hesitate to ask your doctor if you still have doubts.
Hopefully this information is useful.