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35 Possible Causes for Breast Fibroadenoma, Hyperprolactinemia

  • Chest Wall Disorder

    Breast masses Cysts Benign breast tumors, including fibroadenoma Breast cancer Vascular malformations Hemangiomas Congenital anomalies of the breast and chest wall Polymastia[] More about Rare Diseases What is hyperprolactinemia?[] Breast deformities can also be acquired later in development, as a result of trauma, burns, tumors, surgery, infection or endocrine dysfunction.[]

  • Mastodynia

    Some common breast changes are Fibrocystic breast changes - lumpiness, thickening and swelling, often just before a woman's period Cysts - fluid-filled lumps Fibroadenomas[] «Prolactinoma and hyperprolactinemia.» Herald of new medical technologies, VII(2) (2000):97-100. Gurkin Y.A.[] .: Circadian mesor-hyperprolactinemia in fibrocystic mastopathy. Am. J. Med. 66 :229, 1979 Google Scholar 23.[]

  • Granulomatous Mastitis

    It presented as a small solid tumor on examination of your breast, and your surgeon thought it to be a fibroadenoma and removed it.[] Four cases showing a co-occurrence of GM and hyperprolactinemia were consequently identified.[] The Breast Journal, 8, 251-252. [ 5 ] Adamietz, B.R., et al. (2011) Differentiation between Phyllodes Tumor and Fibroadenoma Using Real-Time Elastography.[]

  • Galactocele

    A diagnosis of benign breast disease, possibly fibroadenoma was made clinically. FNAC of the lesion yielded thick, milky and chalky material.[] A case is presented of a unilateral galactocele associated with transient hyperprolactinemia after augmentation mammoplasty.[] The possibility of hyperprolactinemia (even mild) due to the prolactinoma to induce the growth of the cyst. 3.[]

  • Invasive Ductal Carcinoma

    Sixty cases of IDC presented with modified radical mastectomy, and 20 benign breast fibroadenomas were evaluated for various microvessel parameters, using CD34-immunostained[] Abstract We report here a rare form of invasive ductal carcinoma composed of a mass protruding from the tip of the nipple in a 43-year-old woman with hyperprolactinemia.[] STUDY DESIGN: This study carried out at Sohag university hospital on 84 paraffin embedded samples of breast tissue, of them 42 breast IDC as the case group and 42 breast fibroadenomas[]

  • Breast Hypertrophy

    Some common breast changes are Fibrocystic breast changes - lumpiness, thickening and swelling, often just before a woman's period Cysts - fluid-filled lumps Fibroadenomas[] It is not known if the hyperprolactinemia was etiologically related to the breast hypertrophy.[] Macroprolactinemia is reportedly 10–25% in patients with hyperprolactinemia (1). Prolactin plays a major role in breast development (2).[]

  • Familial Juvenile Hypertrophy of the Breast

    Multimodality approach in the diagnosis and management of bilateral giant juvenile breast fibroadenoma Summary Juvenile giant fibroadenoma is a very rare breast disease affecting[] Hyperprolactinemia has been reported in some cases of macromastia.[] Topical treatment includes regimens of ice to cool the breasts. [8] Treatment of hyperprolactinemia-associated macromastia with D 2 receptor agonists such as bromocriptine[]

  • Carney Complex

    Carney Complex may include Cushing syndrome and micronodular adrenocortical hyperplasia, acromegaly, breast fibroadenoma, thyroid gland abnormalities and tumors, schwannomas[] Endocrine manifestations of the syndrome result from hormone-producing pituitary adenomas (acromegaly, sexual precocity, hyperprolactinemia), and primary pigmented nodular[] We report here on a case of Carney complex that was accompanied by increased myxoid fibroadenomas in the breast and multiple intracranial aneurysms.[]

  • Fibrocystic Breast Disease

    […] cancer studies Breast fibroadenomas are not associated with increased breast cancer risk in an African American contemporary cohort of women with benign breast disease Plasma[] Relationships among FM, hyperprolactinemia, and thyroid function are of interest because of the possibility of multiple risk combinations.[] Hormone imbalances have been suggested, such as increased estrogen secretion, deficient progesterone production, and hyperprolactinemia.[]

  • Gynecomastia

    It is important to distinguish PASH from fibroadenoma clinically, and from true blood capillaries and angiosarcoma histologically.[] Hyperprolactinemia due to hypothyroidism is known to result in gynecomastia in adults, but this observation has not been reported in children.[] Abstract Hyperprolactinemia is a rare entity in the pediatric population.[]

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