Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Fibroadenoma


A Comparative Study of Serum Creatinine, Serum Uric Acid and Blood Urea in Normal Pregnant and Pregnancy Induced Hypertensive Subject.

Pawan Kumar Saini, MD Shahbaz Alam, Piyush Kumar, Subhra Srivastava

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 2046-2050

Background: World Health Organization reported that there were 14.1 million new
cancer cases, 8.2 million cancer deaths and 32.6 million people living with cancer within
5 years of diagnosis worldwide.
Materials and Methods: Data were collected on the bases of findings of history and
clinical examination. Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) was done in patients with
palpable lump in breast and suspicious lesions. Suspected cases were sent for histo
pathological examination.
Results: Most of the cancer patients were found in the 51–55-year age group. In this
study, cyto-pathological features were occur, Fibroadenoma (54%), fibroadenosis(8%),
Fibrocystic disease(4%), seb. Cyst breast (2%), gynaecomastia(0%), breast
abscess(12%), mastitis(0%), ductal carcinoma(18%), paget disease of nipple(2%).
Conclusion: Benign breast lesions are more common among female population than
malignant lesion, the frequency of breast cancer is increasing rapidly across the global.

A Comparative Study of Serum Creatinine, Serum Uric Acid and Blood Urea in Normal Pregnant and Pregnancy Induced Hypertensive Subject..

Pawan Kumar Saini, MD Shahbaz Alam, Piyush Kumar, Subhra Srivastava

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 6009-6013

Background: World Health Organization reported that there were 14.1 million new
cancer cases, 8.2 million cancer deaths and 32.6 million people living with cancer within
5 years of diagnosis worldwide.
Materials and Methods: Data were collected on the bases of findings of history and
clinical examination. Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) was done in patients with
palpable lump in breast and suspicious lesions. Suspected cases were sent for histo
pathological examination.
Results: Most of the cancer patients were found in the 51–55-year age group. In this
study, cyto-pathological features were occur, Fibroadenoma (54%), fibroadenosis(8%),
Fibrocystic disease(4%), seb. Cyst breast (2%), gynaecomastia(0%), breast
abscess(12%), mastitis(0%), ductal carcinoma(18%), paget disease of nipple(2%).
Conclusion: Benign breast lesions are more common among female population than
malignant lesion, the frequency of breast cancer is increasing rapidly across the global.

EPIDERMAL INCLUSION CYST OF THE BREAST COEXISTING WITH FIBROADENOMA: A RARE BENIGN LESION WITH REVIEW OF LITERATURE

Jahnavi Marachapu, Swati Vij

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 11954-11957

Background:Epidermal inclusion cysts are uncommon in the breast, and is a rare, benign condition, it can be seen at any location. Epidermal cysts are commonly found on the scalp, face, trunk, neck, and extremities. They are rarely seen in the breast parenchyma. These benign lesions are important in that they may undergo neoplastic differentiation, although very rarely in fewer cases. Epidermoid cysts usually develop as a result of the implantation of superficial epidermal tissue into the dermis or subcutaneous tissue after trauma or surgical procedures, Breast is an uncommon site for EIC, and only few cases have been reported., we report a case of EIC arising from a peri areolar region with coexisting fibroadenoma in a 31-year-old female who presented to the department of surgery with painful swelling.

Characteristics of surgically treated benign breast disease

Hemanth Gudur, Shanker Dharmaraj Basa

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 1, Pages 495-499

Introduction: Benign breast condition refers to a lump, cyst, or nipple discharge (fluid) of the female or male breast that is not cancerous. Benign breast conditions are generally caused by a number of factors. Those factors include the makeup of breasts (fatty tissue vs. dense or thick tissue), age, hormone problems.
Methods and Materials: This is a prospective study and observation study conducted in the Department of General Surgery at Prathima Institute of Medical Sciences over a period of 1 year.All patients who underwent surgery for benign breast disease were included. Patients who did not undergo surgery for benign breast disease were excluded. All the data were collected in predesigned proforma by observation of the files and operation notes of patient who underwent surgery for benign breast disease. The files were retrieved from the case sheet and histopathological examination reports were obtained from the department of pathology and relevant information were noted.
Result: In our study, most of the patients were 21-30 years i.e., 38 out of 70 (54.2%), followed by 10-20 years, i.e., 17 out of 70 (24.2%) and least were 1 (1.4%) belongs to 51-60 years.Patients with lump in left breast were more in number (31) than those with lump in right breast (29). Bilateral lump presentation as the least common 10 (14.2%) patients. In our study, 42 was firm 60% followed by 9 were soft while 19 were hard in consistency.Fibroadenoma was the most frequently diagnosed lesion, followed by fibrocystic change. Epidermoid cyst was the third most commonly diagnosed. Other histological diagnoses were fat necrosis, lactating adenoma and tuberculosis of the breast.
Conclusion: Benign breast disorders are a group of conditions that are commonly managed by surgeons. Benign breast pathologic conditions rarely increase the risk of malignancy. As knowledge of benign breast pathologic conditions improves, many conditions can be managed without the need for open surgery. Collaborative care models including nurse practitioners can improve patient experience and education about their breast health.