Breast disorders

The World Health Organization has defined fibroaden as a “discrete benign tumor” that shows the presence of connective tissue and epithelial proliferation. Fibroaden is the most common benign breast change occurring in 25% of asymptomatic women, these are frequent breast changes from early reproductive life …

Clean breasts are one of the most common benign breast disorders. It has been estimated that 7-10% of all women will develop breast cure during their reproductive life. Some studies have shown the presence of a clean in 27% of cases of 300 women who have been mastectomy …

Breast pain is a common cause for general practitioners, internists, gynecologists, and surgeons. This is common in women, but occasionally occurs in men. More than half of the population has mild symptoms of chest pain, but fortunately only in a small percentage of patients …

According to the World Health Organization, mastitis is inflammation of breast tissue that may or may not be associated with bacterial infection.

There are different types of mastitis …

The clinical picture of the intradual papilloma is the bloody content on the nipple or the palpable mass behind the nipple in solitary papillomas. It is thought that the cause of bleeding is the pressure of papillomas on the fibrovascular stroma leading to necrosis …

The clinical picture of the intradual papilloma is the bloody content on the nipple or the palpable mass behind the nipple in solitary papillomas. It is thought that the cause of bleeding is the pressure of papillomas on the fibrovascular stroma leading to necrosis, ischemia and at the end of bleeding …

Lipomes are one of the most common benign neoplasms of fatty tissue. The frequency is approximately 16% of all mesenchymal tumors (1). Usually they develop as well-limited benign tumors with a thin capsule that are movable underneath the skin. They can appear in any part of the body …

The clinical picture of the intradual papilloma is the bloody content on the nipple or the palpable mass behind the nipple in solitary papillomas. It is thought that the cause of bleeding is the pressure of papillomas on the fibrovascular stroma leading to necrosis, ischemia and at the end of bleeding …

Aterom is a benign tumor of the subcutaneous tissue. Sometimes it is called the epidermoid cyst. It represents an increased accumulation of sebum and skin cells. Ateromes are mainly found on the head, face, neck, but also on other parts of the body.

The radial scar of the breast is not actually a scar, but a benign proliferative lesion with radially arranged ducts, sclerosis and central fibroelastosis. When more than 10 mm is called complex sclerosing lesion, and the common name for both entities is radial sclerosing lesion …

Lactation adenomas are benign tumors of the breast that occur in pregnant women, in breastfeeding and in the postpartum period. They belong to adenomatous breast lesions, and are caused by physiological changes in the breast due to changes in hormone status during pregnancy and breastfeeding …

It is a rare benign mesenchymal breast tumor of stromal cell (myofibroblast) origin. It was first described by Wargotz et al. 1987. year. It makes less than 1% of all benign breast tumors. It’s a spinal cell tumor. Often, the term myogenic stromal tumor is used even though it does not belong to the right leyomyoma but shows the expression of myogenic markers on the surface of tumor cells (vimentin, CD 34). It is clinically presented as a solid, firm, painless, mobile and slow tumor mass

This tumor was first described by Abrikosof in 1926 as “granular cell myoblastoma”, and according to him, it was named Abrikosof tumor. Later, with immunohistochemistry, it was shown that this tumor most likely originated in Schwan’s cells. The origin of this tumor is still insufficiently clarified, but C100 protein expression favors the theory of neuroectodermic origin.

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