What's a cyst?
Cyst feel the same way as fibrous tumors and share many properties, but they appear at ages 35-50. In recent years, however, they have been diagnosed at ages as young as 25. Don't be dangerous at all, but they have to be diagnosed to be cysts. Diagnosis, like all breast diseases, is a triple assessment: (1) detection by specialist surgeons 2 - sound waves +/- mammogram 3. The color of water is light yellow, green, and black. He usually doesn't...More
What are fibrous cysts?
What are fibrous cysts? Fibrillation or fibrous oxide is very popular after 35 years. Totally benign. Just get diagnosed and don't need any surgical intervention at all. Diagnostic. A three-pronged assessment would be: specialized surgical detection; sound waves + mammogram over 30 years; and needle sampling. With diagnostic proof, no surgical intervention. Surgical intervention. In these cases, the disfigurement of the patient is redundant...More
Malignant/non-benign tumors Malignant breast tumors
Malignant/non-benign tumors Malignant breast tumors are not a sMalignant/non-benign tumors Malignant breast tumors are not a single disease but are a group of diseases with many characteristics and in some and often different treatment plans.More
How does a malignant tumor originate?
A cell was normal and then decided to go out of the thousands, feasting and feasting and not functioning. From here, swelling can cause stress on adjacent tissues or organs, leading to malfunctioning. And it also produces weight loss. From the above, every time an early diagnosis is made, a higher percentage is cured before it leads to malfunctioning and weakness of the...More
What kinds of breast tumors?
tumors originating from lymphocytes called lymphoma. This is relatively rare and medicinal, not surgical. 2. Tumors of supportive tissues/fibers called sarcoma. And that's relatively rare. Surgical treatment is 3-tumors that originate from glands and milk ducts called karsinoma. And this is the usual kind. Its treatment is a plan, rooted in surgery, plus chemotherapy, radiological, directed, hormonal, or all or some of...More
How do you diagnose?
(triple evaluation) Based on the foregoing it becomes clear the importance of accurate diagnosis before starting any treatment and it will not be without the triple evaluationMore
What kinds of malignant breast tumors?
lymphoma: tumors originating from lymphocytes (a defense network covering all body tissues). It's only diagnosed with a needle sample. Surgery has no part in the treatment plan. Pharmacological/chemo 2-sarcoma: tumors based on supporting tissues of the breast. The needle specimens are diagnosed and treated only for surgery. Sometimes you need radiotherapy and you just need chemotherapy if there are any dissemination marks. It is relatively...More
How do you diagnose?
How do you diagnose? Triple assessment 1 - detection by specialist surgeon 2 - diagnostic radiation work required 3 - private needle sampling and analysisMore
What kind of diagnostic radiation?
Mammogram: it's an X-ray, and you put a breast between two slices and take two mammograms per mammogram. One side and one vertical. Only those over 30 and with a complaint or over 40 for periodic examination. Breast under 30 should not be exposed to radiation as much as possible where breast tissue is dense and difficult to diagnose. And consider breast exposure under 30. It needs to be avoided. Preferably not until 12 months, except when...More
What types of tissue samples?
a thin needle sample (usually used to draw blood samples); Only use if the patient is on blood thinners or the patient is under 20. And used to take a sample of lymphoma if in doubt. Defects: an error rate of at least 15% does not distinguish between aggressive and non-aggressive tumors, making treatment plans difficult. Not all oncology characteristics are known, making it difficult to develop an appropriate treatment plan. Its advantages:...More