The article was consulted professionally by Specialist I Le Hong Lien – Obstetrics and Gynecology Department – Share99 Central Park International Health Hub.
Currently breast cancer is quite common for women and causes anxiety for a lot of people. In fact, in addition to breast cancer there may be some other benign diseases such as mammary fibroids, mammary cystic fibrosis, non-worrying breast anesthrosis if detected, diagnosed, treated early and appropriately.
1. Cystic fibrosis of the mammary glands
Mammary cystic fibrosis is a form of benign lesion common in females, it is usually caused by female hormones. The disease is common in women aged 30-50 years. The most striking feature palpates soft blocks, unknown boundaries appear in the second half of the menstrual cycle, meet on the outer half of the breast or maybe both sides of the breast.
This is a pervasive lesion that includes many coordinated abnormalities that include key factors such as:
- Milk duc duc duc ducs give birth and form cysts
- Cysts caused by parts of the milk duc duc ovation are more or less dilated and the bar is secreted, the number and size of these cysts varies on a case-by-case scenario
- The stools that increase the gland are also called lobe growth and sclerosis glands; fibrous buffer tissue.
- Increased lesions include increased growth of histhothoma cells, increased slerosis and papilloma that increases the risk of breast cancer
- The increase in dysocology increases the risk of breast cancer by up to 4-5 times
- Non-growth changes such as increased glandular growth, cysts, dilation of milk ducts will not increase the risk of breast cancer
2. Mammary fibroids
Mammary fibroids occur when the tumor develops from connective tissue between the sheathed lobes, which can be encountered on one or two sides of the breast and usually occur before the age of 35. The mammary fibroid is firm, even, round or ovate, mobile under the skin, painless, not associated with the menstrual cycle; size varies about 2 – 3cm; usually there is only one tumor, sometimes there are many tumors and appear next time.
The definitive diagnosis of pathology is made by ultrasound and cell poking with a small needle to exclude malignant lesions. The treatment should be carried out before the age of 35 and monitored every 6 months; surgery when the mammary fibroid is large and fast growing; after the age of 35 requires surgery to remove the tumor and a hismect hismect hismect hismect hem hismect hem hismect hismect hem hismosis to determine.
3. Breast implants
Breast anestheloid is defined as a condition in the breast that exists in a vesicular cyst filled with pus and surrounded by inflammatory tissues. Breast anesthosis is often caused by complications of mastitis, inflammation and infection of the breast tissues. Breast anesthrosis is a fairly common pathology, most common in breastfeeding women because breast milk can cause nipple cracking that allows bacteria to easily penetrate. In the late stages, the inflammatory mass can localize localized pus into masses, pain, sometimes it is possible to rupture the pus mass itself. The most common breast implant is caused by infection.
Breast anesthies appear deep in the mammary glands when the inflamed mammary glands are not detected, diagnosed, treated promptly and properly. Pregnant women after birth and breastfeeding or have mastitis because this time the milk glands develop, otherwise good breast head hygiene will be susceptible to inflammation. From inflammation of the head of the breast, bacteria will enter the mammary glands causing inflammation of the mammary glands; if examined and treated early, the inflammation may go into remission and completely cured; if late treatment of the inflammatory site will create an anesthulitis, then the treatment will be more difficult. Often breast implants are common in humans after birth and breastfeeding ,when the mother breastfeeds the baby does not run out of milk, causing inflammation of the milk ducts , not treated in time will cause breast anegram. Breast implants can also occur in women who are overweight, have large breasts or who have little personal hygiene. When there are suspected symptoms of mastitis or breast anesthomy, it is necessary to go to the doctor for a definitive diagnosis and active treatment, avoiding the health effects of the mother and the fetus.
4. Breast cancer
Breast cancer is a malignant form of breast tumor. The majority of cases of breast cancer appear from milk ducts, a small part develops in milk bags or lobes. Breast cancer, if detected and treated late, may have meta metalysed into bones and other parts, and the pain will increase.
Warning signs of mammary gland cancer:
- Swelling or tumors, lymph nodes in the armpits
- Nipple changes
- Unusual breast shape
- Chest pain
- Red, swollen chest
- Itching in the chest
Breast cancer is a disease that can be seen in any woman. Subjectively, not caring about health and abnormal signs on the body is that you are killing yourself by this evil disease. Instead of having new symptoms to go to the hospital, it is best for women to conduct breast cancer screening, check their health situation.
Currently, Share99 International Health Hub is one of the few hospitals in the country to apply a needle biosy with vacuum support under Stereotactic positioning. This technique is more effective than core needle biosy: Using a large bio-needle of 12 G or more, combined with vacuum, it should help to obtain more products, so that the likelihood of success is higher. Besides, this technique is also less invasive than open biosy method: The site of skin incision does not require recovery, no special care is required, the patient can return to normal life the next day. In addition, the placement of the marker marking the intervention site is carried out right in the procedure to help manage the injury after the test results are more favorable.
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