Learn about atypical breast reproduction

Atypical mammary reproduction is a pre-cancerous condition that affects the cells in the breast. Atypical reproduction describes the accumulation of abnormal cells in the mastectomy.

1. What is atypical medom of the breast?

Atypical breast arthritis is not a form of breast cancer but it can progress rapidly into breast cancer. Over time, if the abnormal cells of atypical breast reproduction continue to divide and become more abnormal, it can turn into non-invasive breast cancer.

2. Causes of atypical breast reproduction

Atypical arthritis of reproduction forms when breast cells become abnormal in number, size, shape. The appearance of abnormal cells will determine the type of atypical dysenterous dysenterity that is taking place:

  • Atypical ductal hyperplasia: Causes abnormal cells to have a similar appearance to the breast milk ducts cells.
  • Atypical lobular hyperplasia: Causes abnormal cells to have an appearance similar to those of the lobes of the breast.


Atypical medom of the breast causes abnormalities in size, shape

3. Complications of atypical medom of the breast

If diagnosed with atypical breast fertility, then the likelihood of progressing to breast cancer will be high.

Women with atypical breast reproduction are four times more likely to develop breast cancer than women who do not have atypical breast reproduction. The risk of progressing to breast cancer between atypical dyso dysotic dys cathesity and atypical lobe dysthetic dystolycology is the same.

Recent studies have shown that the risk of progressing to breast cancer over time of atypical breast reproduction:

  • At the time 5 years after being diagnosed atypical breastreproduction : About 7% of cases diagnosed with atypical breast product increase will progress to breast cancer.
  • At the time 10 years after being diagnosed atypical breast edicts: about 13% of cases diagnosed with atypical breast product increase will progress to breast cancer.
  • At the time of 25 years after being diagnosed atypicalbreast reproduction : about 30% of cases diagnosed with atypical breast product increase will progress to breast cancer.

The younger the diagnosis of atypical breast reproduction, the higher the risk of developing breast cancer, for example, women diagnosed with atypical breast cancer before the age of 45 are at higher risk of developing breast cancer in their lifetime.

4. When to see a doctor

Atypical mammograms usually show no symptoms, but mammogram results may appear abnormal. Atypical breast reproduction is usually detected when performing a breast bioped after an abnormality on the results of a mammogram, or is detected after performing a bioped for another reason. See your doctor for signs or symptoms that cause anxiety.

5. Diagnosis of atypical breast reproduction

Atypical mammograms are usually detected after performing a bioped to check for abnormal areas on mammograms or abnormalities detected through a clinical examination.

In case a more thorough evaluation of atypical breast reproduction is required, the doctor may prescribe surgery to obtain a larger tissue sample to be taken for a cancer examination.

6. Treatment of atypical breast edicts

Atypical breast dyspies are usually treated by surgical removal of all abnormal cells and a firm examination of no local cari cari carblastitis or invasive cancer present in the lesion area. Doctors also recommend thorough breast cancer screening as well as prescribing medications to reduce the risk of breast cancer.

Tests for breast cancer monitoring: your doctor may order tests to monitor for breast cancer. This increases the likelihood of early detection of breast cancer, making treatment better. Possible examinations and tests include:

  • Breast self-examination to detect abnormal breast changes
  • Regular breast clinical visits with specialists
  • Mammogram for screening
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the breast for screening, based on other risk factors, such as breast density, family history, or detected genetic risk factors

MRI scan

MRI scans are a common method of diagnosing atypical breast reproduction

7. Methods to reduce the risk of breast cancer

Methods to reduce the risk of breast cancer include:

  • Use preventive medications: Such as tamoxifen or raloxifene (Evista), taking it for 5 years can reduce the risk of breast cancer. Tamoxifen is the only drug approved for pre-men menicausal women, while for meningausal women there may be other options such as exemestane (Aromasin) and anastrozole (Arimidex).
  • Avoid post-men's therapy hormones: Researchers have concluded that combined hormones used to treat menopause symptoms increase the risk of breast cancer in women who have menopause.
  • Consider mastectomy: for women at very high risk of breast cancer, the benefits and risks of having one or both breasts removed may be considered to reduce the risk of future breast cancer.

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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Article reference source: mayoclinic.org


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