A study of management of Benign Breast lesions: A prospective study
Author(s): Krishnareddy Y Navalli, Mohammed Faheem Inamdar and Sunil R Telkar
Abstract:Background and Objectives: Breast lumps diseases are one of the most common diseases in India which include congenital, traumatic, inflammatory, hormonal mastopathy, benign and malignant neoplastic conditions. Around 200,000 cases of breast diseases are diagnosed annually. The purpose of present study was to assess the role of ultrasound and Fnac in the diagnosis of breast lesions and the various modes of management.
Method: Fifty cases of benign breast diseases were studied during the period from June 2017to May 2018.
Result: In the present study USG has an accuracy of 77.78% for detection of Fibroadenoma and 66.67% for Cystosarcoma Phyllodes. FNAC forms the major investigatory modality with fair accuracy of 91.67% present to diagnose fibroadenoma and 66.67% for Cystosarcoma phyllodes. Intracanalicular type of fibroadenoma was the most common type of fibroadenoma on Histopathological report (83.33%). Surgical excision is the effective treatment for most of the benign breast disease nearly upto 90% cases. Wide excision and simple mastectomy needed rarely. Conclusion: FNAC is a most accurate, safe, cost effective and easy method to confirm the diagnosis of most benign breast disease with good sensitivity.Surgical Excision is the main stay of treatment for most benign breast diseases.