Cysts are the most common breast disease. It is a breast disease that is caused by hormonal disorders. The disease occurs in about 20% of women. In some cases, cysts can be emptied with a needle and syringe. Other cyst treatments have a poor effect.
Benign tumors found in young women aged 15-30. The treatment is surgical hulling.
OTHER BREAST DISEASES
Commonly diagnosed in our clinic are: Breast inflammation, galactorrhoea not associated with delivery, and in men GINEKOMASTIA or the development of glandular tissue within the male mammary gland. The cause is usually unknown or has a hormonal or drug-induced effect. Observation of breast growth should be carried out already in adolescence. Then the asymmetry of breast development can already be revealed. After completing breast growth, you should start monthly self-monitoring. The test should be carried out only once a month, 1 or 2 days after menstruation. In the same body position, e.g. during bathing. Wet skin makes examination easier. Using your fingertips, examine your entire breasts centimeter by centimeter, e.g. clockwise, and try to check for bumps and bumps. Most women will feel some harder places and bumps, and these places should be found again in a month, determine if they are of the same consistency and size. These are natural glandular bulges resulting from breast structure. If a woman learns to build her breasts, the appearance of a new lump will quickly attract her attention. Then ask your doctor. At the end of the test, squeeze the warts and try to get a secretion. Any tumors, size asymmetries or skin changes that have not been seen before can be a sign of an advanced disease process. At least once a year you should undergo an ultrasound or MAMMOGRAPHY test.
Reception doctors in the office
specialist surgeon, oncologist