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inflammation of a breast (or udder)

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By the isolation of this bacteria, some authors preferred to use "Cystic Neutrophilic Granulomatous Mastitis" term for the IGM cases associated with gram-positive bacilli (10, 11).
Granulomatous mastitis has several treatment options, and although most cases respond to monotherapy, some patients require a combination of options (5).
Idiopathic granulomatous mastitis (IGM) is defined as granulomatous inflammation of breast lobules caused by unknown etiology (3).
Granulomatous mastitis: a 10 year experience from a large inner city county hospital.JSurg Res.
Granulomatous mastitis caused by histoplasma and mimicking inflammatory breast carcinoma.
Glazebrook, "Idiopathic granulomatous mastitis: imaging update and review," Insights into Imaging, vol.
Wolloch, "Granulomatous mastitis: a lesion clinically simulating carcinoma," American Journal of Clinical Pathology, vol.
Key words used for the search strategy were breast, mammary, mastitis, inflammatory, granulomatous mastitis, ductal ectasia, lipid granuloma, fat necrosis, foreign body granuloma, localized abscess and US.
Granulomatous mastitis is a rare condition commonly found in young women and is associated with pregnancy, breast-feeding and oral contraception.
Duct ectasia and granulomatous mastitis shared equal incidence (two cases each).
Idiopathic granulomatous mastitis is a rare, chronic, autoimmune, benign breast disease, which may mimic breast abscess or malignancy.
Idiopathic granulomatous mastitis (IGM) is a rarely observed, chronic inflammatory breast disease of unknown etiology that can clinically and radiologically mimic breast cancer [1].
(1) Granulomatous mastitis is an uncommon entity, which may be the result of a granulomatous disease affecting the nipple-areola complex.
Conclusion: Cases with breast mass despite clinical suspicion of cancer, histologically presented with granulomatous mastitis even with culture negative results for TB are appropriate candidates for anti TB therapy.
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