The Results Of Examining The Lump In The Breast?
Echostructure pattern of fibroglandular tissue which is still dense asymmetrical, with more prominent and more prominent and more prominent lateral quadrant of left breast. R nMatch 2 Solid hypoechoic lesion on the left side with homogenious internal echo Firmly demarcated, oval shape, margins somewhat irregular, inconspicuous corona (echogenic rim) and classification, area: r n- at 11 about 6cm from papilla, uk 9x5x6mm, about 4mm dbwh skin surface r n- at 04:00 about 3cm from papilla, uk 8x7x5mm, about 7mm dbwh skin surface r n r n Impression r n- fibroglandular tissue of the lateral quadrant at the left breast is relatively more prominent and more echogenic, suspected inflammatory process dd / mastitis r n- 2 lesions in the left breast (as above) multiple suspects Little mamae fibroadenoma r n- looks SOL on the right mother. r n r nThank you.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. To avoid the explanation that is too long and not on target, allow us to focus more on the impression part of the examination without reducing the intention to convey the results of the examination.
From the impression of the examination, it was found that there were two lumps on the left breast with the size mentioned above, both of which were suspected as a fibroadenoma or benign tumor which most often occurred in women. Fibroadenomas are not cancerous, are generally painless, shift easily, and may come and go depending on hormone levels or the menstrual cycle. There were also signs of inflammation in the left breast, and no abnormalities in the right breast.
You need to know that breast lumps often cannot be diagnosed based solely on ultrasound, sometimes to determine whether there is malignancy or not, and later to ensure the best treatment whether through surgery or can be monitored first, other supporting examinations such as biopsy are needed. Therefore, our suggestion is that you should ask your obstetrician or surgeon again about these results, to be combined with the results of the history and physical examination that they have previously performed on you.
Meanwhile, avoid stress and cigarette smoke, maintain a healthy lifestyle by regularly exercising, drinking lots of water, taking regular breaks, and not needing to squeeze or touch your lumps, and avoid taking any drugs or ingredients without a doctor's prescription. Hopefully answered your question.