• Breast Mass

    A breast mass or lump is a growth of breast tissue. Most breast masses are not cancer (benign) and may be caused by a breast cyst (fluid-filled sac in breast tissue), fibroadenoma (firm, solid benign mass), lipoma (slow-growing, fatty mass), fibrocystic breast (rope-like breast tissue which may cause

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  • Mastalgia

    Mastalgia is the medical term for breast pain and it is a common condition in women. Breast pain can be cyclic or noncyclic, unilateral or bilateral, and may be asscoiated with fibrocystic changes of the breast. Various causes of breast pain include hormonal fluctuations, fibroadenomas, cysts, and duct

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  • Mastitis

    Mastitis is an inflammation of the breast that usually involves an infection caused by a bacteria. It generally occurs within the first three months of nursing, but can also occur in women who are not breastfeeding. Symptoms include breast pain, swelling, thickening of breast tissue, skin redness and/or

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  • Nipple Discharge

    Nipple discharge is any fluid that flows from the nipple. This is normal during pregnancy and nursing, but can happen in women who aren't pregnant or breastfeeding. In 95% of the cases, nipple discharge is benign. However, it is still wise to have the symptom evaluated by a physician because the cause

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