Ultrasound Examination Results Mammography?
Hello doctor, I want to ask, the results of my sodara mammography ultrasound Mamae Dekstra: normal cutis and subcutis tissue. Fibroglandular tissue is still dense. Isochoic multiple shadows, well-defined, regular edges, with the largest size of approximately 1.55 cm in diameter at Mamae dextra, at 8, 9, 6; 2 cm from the nipple.Mamae sinistra: Normal mutic and subcutaneous tissue. Fibroglandular tissue is still dense. Isochoic multiple shadows, well-defined, regular edges, with the largest size having a diameter of approximately 0.29 cm in dextra time, 3, 12 o’clock direction; 1 cm from the nipple. The axillary axilla and sinistra: No hypoechoic shadow is clearly demarcated. So what do you mean by the doctor?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The results of the ultrasound that you show are still new is the first part of the examination, where it says what the examiner has found. Usually at the end, generally on the same page or maybe behind it, there is a conclusion section, which includes the examiner's interpretation or opinion of the findings mentioned earlier. And this part is actually the most important to be able to provide answers for you. If this section does not yet exist, you can ask the doctor who asked your brother to do the examination.
From this description, we can see that the skin tissue in either your right or left breast is still normal, and this is a good sign because in severe conditions, the skin tissue will be damaged. Then found 4 lumps with a distance of about 1.55 cm from the right nipple, and 3 pieces with a distance of about 0.29 cm from the left nipple. Here it is mentioned that the characteristics of the lump have a firm boundary, regular edges, and no bumps are found on the right and left armpits. This could indicate that the lump is benign and does not lead to cancer.
But to be more clear what type of lump, what causes the emergence, and what treatment, whether it will disappear by itself if left unchecked or have surgery, will require further examination, the contents of these conclusions, and the assessment of the doctor who examined it before. Therefore we continue to encourage your brother to immediately control the doctor who examined it before, to convey the results and plan for the next step. So, hopefully answering your question.