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inflammation of a breast (or udder)

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Out of 47 patients of fibroadenoma, 10% (12/120) patients were diagnosed with both fibroadenoma and fibrocystic disease.
The fibrocystic disease is diagnosed on the basis sonography (sonomammography), mammography, cytological and biochemical assessment of the breast cyst fluid, and histopathology [8, 9].
7 According to that study, fibrocystic disease and fibroadiposity were the most common benign lesions.
Concomitant lesions in IDH patients in the present study were intraductal papillomatosis, components of fibrocystic disease and fibroadenoma.
Although it may have been reasonable to diagnose fibrocystic disease on the first visit, experts cited the failure to take a family history (the patient's aunt and maternal grandmother had had breast cancer) and the failure to document a follow-up plan as damaging to the doctor's case.
The close relationship between iodine and healthy breasts free of fibrocystic disease and cancer might be interpreted to mean that all of us might do better with these greater intakes of iodine.
Indicators of higher risk are: advanced age, breast cancer in mother, sister, or daughter, early onset of first period (under age 12), menopause after the age of 50, late first pregnancy or not having children, being white, a history of cancer of the uterus or in the other breast, fibrocystic disease of the breast, or having an abnormality in certain genes.
During breast examination, the Ghent score was used to assess the severity of fibrocystic disease of the breast (FDB) in those five subjects.
95) attempts to address stubborn fat deposits and estrogen-related disorders such as PMS, endometriosis and fibrocystic disease.
9 yr) and 11 female patients with benign breast disease as fibrocystic disease (mean age: 51, 6 [+ or -] 6, 03 yr) were also included.
The women were followed for 6 months and subjective and objective changes in their fibrocystic disease tracked.
And my other aunts experienced problems with fibrocystic disease.
The relative risk reduction was 29% for duct ectasia, 33% for cysts, 33% for fibrocystic disease, 38% for hyperplasia, and 48% for metaplasia.
I wasn't told that there are other options for my condition, a benign condition called fibrocystic disease.
For example, smokers are less likely to develop uterine cancer, fibrocystic disease and fibroadenoma.