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28 Possible Causes for Axillary Lymphadenopathy, Mastitis, Painful Breast Lump

  • Breast Abscess

    BACKGROUND: Neonatal mastitis and neonatal breast abscess are uncommon.[] Further, that the patient was seen without delay on the day she first telephoned about her painful breast lump and at all subsequent advised appointments.[] Axillary lymphadenopathy, with or without skin erythema is also commonly seen [ 1 , 7 ] . The most common presentation is unilateral subareolar abscess or breast pain.[]

  • Puerperal Mastitis

    Antimicrobial therapy is the mainstay of puerperal mastitis treatment.[] If you have a breast lump, pain, discharge or skin irritation, see your health care provider. Minor and serious breast problems have similar symptoms.[] The mammogram showed diffuse and trabecular thickening of the left breast and the left axillary lymphadenopathy ( Fig. 2C ).[]

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Breast

    There are several differential diagnoses to the entity of inflammatory breast carcinoma, particularly bacterial infection of the breast, such as mastitis or even collection[] Common symptoms of breast cancer include: A lump in the breast or armpit Pain or tenderness of the breast Swelling or thickening of the breast Change in shape or size of the[] Abstract Occult adenocarcinoma with clinically apparent axillary lymphadenopathy represents a challenging surgical problem.[]

  • Granulomatous Mastitis

    Granulomatous mastitis can be divided into idiopathic granulomatous mastitis (also known as granular lobular mastitis) and granulomatous mastitis occurring as a rare secondary[] The chief complaint was a breast lump and pain in both groups. There was no difference in the incidence of breast laterality.[] Axillary lymphadenopathy was seen more often in TM patients. Half of the TM patients had pulmonary tuberculosis or tuberculosis lymphadenitis.[]

  • Intraductal Papilloma of the Breast

    , Acute periductal mastitis, Fremitus, When is Fremitus helpful?[] It may also cause pain and a lump in the breast that can be felt. It usually affects women aged 35-55 years.[] No axillary lymphadenopathy was found at the time of surgery.[]

  • Mastitis

    If mastitis is caused by breastfeeding, doctors may refer to it as lactation mastitis or puerperal mastitis.[] Abstract A 28-year old male presented to our clinic complaining of a recent onset of a painful right breast lump with redness and nipple discharge.[] Here we report 3 cases of adult female ranging from 27 to 35 years who presented with 1 to 4 months history of firm lumps in both breasts and no axillary lymphadenopathy.[]

  • Breast Disorder

    Alternative Titles: chronic cystic mastitis, chronic mastitis, cystic disease of the breast, mammary dysplasia Fibrocystic disease of the breast , also called chronic cystic[] breast tissue Generalized breast pain or tenderness Breast lumps that fluctuate in size with the menstrual cycle Green or dark brown nonbloody nipple discharge that tends[] Axillary lymphadenopathy and, rarely, sinus tracts may be encountered.[]

  • Noninfiltrating Intraductal Carcinoma

    […] lobular hyperplasia (ALH); sternalis muscle; transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneous (TRAM) flap; galactocele; milk of calcium; lymphoma; fibroadenoma; Paget’s disease; mastitis[] […] not milk, a lump in the armpit, and breast pain.[] PH1218 Mastitis, Chronic Inflammation of breast tissue usually as a result of bacterial infection, most commonly occurring during lactation.[]

  • Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma

    One month later, the patient developed sudden, uncomfortable swelling in her right (reconstructed) breast and small, smooth, firm, mobile nodules with mastitis-like symptoms[] The rare cases of BIA-ALCL have led to similar symptoms in women with breast implants, including problems with the implants, like breast pain , lumps, swelling, or a change[] The patient reported the clinic with a three week history of breathlessness, fever, diarrhoea, and axillary lymphadenopathy.[]

  • Galactocele

    The patient was breastfeeding when she developed mastitis in the surrounding area and was treated with antibiotics.[] Symptoms of mastitis are fever, breast pain, and a red mark on the breast where the lump is. At the time I was attending a breast-feeding support group.[] , supraclavicular, or cervical lymphadenopathy.[]

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