Non-Cancerous Breast Conditions
Intraductal papillomas are benign tomours growing in a milk duct of breast. It is manifested by serous or bloody nipple discharges. They have risk to become cancer and require excision with urgent histological study.
Hematoma is blood mass collected in tissues.
Fat necrosis is some died fatty tissue due to an injury. Surgery is used.
Lipoma is a benign (non-cancerous) tumour made up of fat tissue. Surgery is used.
Fibroadenoma is a benign tumour made up of breast gland tissue and connective tissues in women’s breast. Fibroadenoma has distinct edges, is round and rubbery in texture. It may vary in size. There are mature and immature fibroadenomas. Fibroadenomas require surgical excision and sector resection.