A study on clinical profile of Benign Breast lesions
Author(s): Krishnareddy Y Navalli, Mohammed Faheem Inamdar and Sunil R Telkar
Abstract:Background and Objectives: Benign breast disease are commonly found as painless palpable mass the diagnosis may be corroborated with specific benign features found on physical examination, mammography and ultrasound. The purpose of present study was to assess the various age of presentation of benign breast diseases and their mode of presentation.
Method: Fifty cases of benign breast diseases were studied during the period from June 2017to May 2018.
Result: In all benign breast disease Fibroadenoma is most common with presenting mainly in the age group of 11-20 years. All cases of benign breast disease presented with lump (100%) out of them 80% presented with painless lump and 20% presented with painful lump. In present study 96% were premenopausal and 4% were postmenopausal woman. Most common site of involvement was left breast and most common quadrant was upper outer quadrant.
Conclusion: Benign breast disease present mainly 11-30 year of age group. Most common clinical presentation in benign breast disease is lump (painless). Majority of benign breast disease involve upper and outer quadrant of breast. Lymph node involvement in benign breast disease is rare.