Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : breast lumps


A CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL STUDY OFBREAST LUMPS

Dr. P. Swarnalatha, Dr. R.Swarupa Rani , Dr. S.Rajasekhar Reddy , Dr. Shaik. Raja Husne Kalam

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 4, Pages 12-39

Breast cancer affects women more than men. From puberty to death, breasts go through
constant physical and physiological changes related to menstruation, pregnancy, and
menopause. The goal was to classify different types of breast lesions and conduct a
clinicopathological study on them.Methodology: In the present study carried out at the
department of Pathology of ACSR Govt Medical College, Nellore AP during the period
from January 2019 to June 2021 (18 months) a total number of 150 FNAs were performed
on patients with breast lumps. Results: The youngest patient in this study was 12 years
and the oldest 79 years. Majority of the patients were in the age group of 21-40 years. In
majority of the patients i.e. From 150 aspirates, 65 were from the right breast and 70 from
the left. 15 cases involved both breasts.Upper outer quadrant of right and left breast had 39
and 35 cases of breast lumps, respectively. Lower outer quadrant of the right breast had 11
cases and upper medial had 11 cases. Two breast cases showed diffuse all-quadrant
involvement. 2 of the 45 cases were clinically suspected of malignancy and 1 of
fibroadenosis, but FNAC showed fibroadenoma. Three clinicocytologically discordant cases
lacked excision biopsy. 15 cases of breast cancer were in the right breast and 9 in the left.
Upper outer quadrant is most common for breast lumps. Side and quadrant distribution are
shown below. All 20 cases were confirmed by excision biopsy. FNAC diagnosed 18 IDC
NOS cases and 2 IDC Mucinous cases.CONCLUSION: FNAC is the procedure that is most
commonly used since it is an initial outpatient procedure that is straightforward, risk-free,
quick, and dependable. Additionally, it contributes to an early preoperative diagnosis of any
lump in the breast.

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.