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43 Possible Causes for Chest Wall Pain, Mastitis

  • Phlebitis of the Chest Wall

    A 37-year-old woman presented with sudden onset of local pain and edema on her right chest wall, accompanied by a longitudinal retraction of the skin during arm abduction[] .- ) neonatal infective mastitis ( P39.0 ) thrombophlebitis of breast [Mondor's disease] ( I80.8 ) Mondor's disease I80.8 Phlebitis (infective) (pyemic) (septic) (suppurative[] […] been linked with recent breast surgery, local trauma, excessive physical activity with muscle strain, an inflammatory process, infections, and mammary pathology including mastitis[]

  • Mastodynia

    […] is a rare symptom of breast cancer Pain in the breast can arise from the breast or from the underlying chest wall Careful examination can differentiate chest wall pain from[] […] cancer (breast pain is a presenting complaint in less than 10% of patients with breast cancer) • Mondor’s disease Associated Conditions: Fibrocystic change, fibroadenoma, and mastitis[] Breast pain during lactation or after weaning is not included into this definition but usually classified as breast engorgement or mastitis.[]

  • Herpes Zoster Infection of the Chest Wall

    Coronary artery disease is present in 3 to 6 percent of adult patients with chest pain and chest wall tenderness to palpation.[] Less common causes of chest pain include: shingles (herpes zoster) – an infection that typically causes pain, before a skin rash appears mastitis, usually caused by a breast[] wall pain may radiate to back and abdomen.[]

  • Mastitis

    Pain is often described as “shooting from nipple through the breast to the chest wall.”[] If mastitis is caused by breastfeeding, doctors may refer to it as lactation mastitis or puerperal mastitis.[] […] unknown if secreted in breast milk, use caution if pregnant or breastfeeding) [9, 10] Nisin (still experimental) [8] Fungal mastitis Fungal mastitis should be suspected when pain[]

  • Fibrocystic Breast Disease

    Symptoms include pain, redness, warmth, and lumpiness along the course of the vein. Blood clots in the breast or on the chest wall are rare.[] Disease Descriptor Spanish : Enfermedad Fibroquística de la Mama Descriptor Portuguese : Doença da Mama Fibrocística Synonyms English : Adenosis of Breast Chronic Cystic Mastitis[] Pain may be due to old trauma, acute infection, or sometimes something related to the chest wall.[]

  • Breast Contusion

    Chest Wall Pain (Definition) Chest wall pain is a type of non-cardiac pain that usually describes pain that is reproducible by palpation.[] Chest wall pain, whether it is from the rib or intercostal muscle causes the body not to want to take a deep breath. It hurts too much and the body isn’t stupid.[] CLINICAL PRESENTATION: (SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS) • Dyspnea: Painful respiration or difficult breathing. • Pain at the chest wall site of injury. • Failure of one or both sides[]

  • Fat Necrosis of the Breast

    Symptoms include pain, redness, warmth, and lumpiness along the course of the vein. Blood clots in the breast or on the chest wall are rare.[] MRI was performed due to equivocal findings at conventional imaging after surgical treatment of cancer (n 14) or during anticoagulant therapy (n 1), after focal mastitis treated[] The phlebitis affects the large vein that normally crosses the chest to the underarm area (axilla).[]

  • Breast Irradiation

    The most common side effects: skin irritation - the skin that is radiated gets red, itchy and may blister (like a sun burn) breast or chest wall tenderness or mild pain tiredness[] Severe early postoperative complications (bleeding) were documented in 2 patients (1.6%), wound healing complications in 3 (2.4%), and infection (mastitis or abscess) in 2[] RIM is a clinical diagnosis of exclusion and most cases are often mistaken for cellulitis/mastitis, or inflammatory breast cancer, and initial treatment with antibiotics,[]

  • Breast Disorder

    Quick Summary: Mondor’s Disease is an inflammation of the superficial veins in the anterior chest wall and breasts.[] Alternative Titles: chronic cystic mastitis, chronic mastitis, cystic disease of the breast, mammary dysplasia Fibrocystic disease of the breast, also called chronic cystic[] , as identified by the AFP editors, on breast disorders and related issues, including breast cyst aspiration, breast masses, breast pain, galactorrhea, gynecomastia, and mastitis[]

  • Benign Breast Tumor

    Breast pain in the postmenopausal years may be coming from the chest wall, arthritis of the spine, or, only rarely, from cancer.[] Breast Cysts Complex or complicated cysts or cystic masses Breast mastitis Epidermoid breast cysts Breast sebaceous cyst Galactoceles of the breast Breast Abscess Clustered[] Some have said that mastitis may predispose to breast cancer, but th Women with mastitis often experience reddened, inflamed breasts, enlargement of the skin around the alveolar[]

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