Clinical profile and management of benign breast disease
Keywords:benign breast disease, mastalgia, breast lump
Background: Benign breast diseases are group of non cancerous condition which includes a variety of disease. The pt. commonly present with lump. Pain and nipple discharge.Material and method: It was prospective observational study. Carried out at opd of general surgery department at hallet hospital GSVM medical college Kanpur from October 2017 to November 2019. A total of 200 pt were studied and all pt underwent detailed history recording and clinical examination. Subsequently based on assessment they underwent USG or mammography of breast. After that they underwent FNAC or excisional biopsy with HPE. Result: Out of 200 pt most common presentation was breast lump (82.5%) followed by breast pain (15%) and nipple discharge (7.5%). The most common age of presentation was 21-30 years with Right side of breast more commonly involved than left side. The most common clinical diagnosis was fibroadenoma (45%) followed by fibroadenosis (31%) mastalgia (15%) all lipoma (2.5%). Conclusion: Benign breast disease present mainly is 21-30 year of age group and fibroadenoma is commonest of them all. It can be diagnosed clinically and confirmed by FNAC is more than 90% of cases excision is main stay of treatment.
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