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1,473 Possible Causes for Costochondritis, Mastitis, Subcutaneous Fat Atrophy

  • Breast Contusion

    Costochondritis / Tietze's syndrome Costochondritis is an inflammatory condition that occurs at the joints between the ribs and the sternum (breastbone).[] It can be costochondritis, muscle pain or potentially pleurisy (which ...Read more 40 How will I know if I have breast lump?[] Ultrasound for costochondritis Acupuncture for global pain relief. Mobilisation of the thoracic spine if referred pain.[]

  • Mastodynia

    Nongynecologic causes—dorsal radiculitis or inflammatory changes in the costochondral junction (Tietze’s syndrome), sclerosing adenosis, chest wall muscle spasms, costochondritis[] One cause is costochondritis (Tietze’s syndrome), which is caused by inflammation of the cartilage which joins the ribs to the breastbone (costochondral cartilages).[] Breast pain during lactation or after weaning is not included into this definition but usually classified as breast engorgement or mastitis.[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Fat Atrophy
  • Benign Breast Tumor

    Premenstrual syndrome , cyclic mastalgia Normal hormonal fluctuations Onset of puberty or menopause Pregnancy Breastfeeding (nursing) Estrogen therapy Chest wall tenderness ( costochondritis[] Breast Inflammation: Mastitis Mastitis, another non-cancerous condition, most commonly affects women while they are breast-feeding.[] Nonbreast etiologies of anterior chest wall pain Achalasia Angina Cervical radiculitis Cholecystitis Cholelithiasis Coronary artery disease Costochondritis (Tietze syndrome[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Fat Atrophy
  • Herpes Zoster Infection of the Chest Wall

    Costochondritis, an inflammation of costochondral junctions of ribs or chondrosternal joints of the anterior chest wall, is a common condition seen in patients presenting[] 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[] In costochondritis, there is inflammation in one or more of these joints. Costochondritis causes chest pain, felt at the front of the chest.[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Fat Atrophy
  • Breast Irradiation

    Push your fingers down right at that junction; if it hurts, it's costochondritis and can be treated with aspirin and antiarthritis medicines.[] 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,[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Fat Atrophy
  • Breast Disorder

    Costochondritis is inflammation of the cartilage in the rib cage, usually in the area where the upper ribs attach to the sternum (breastbone).[] Alternative Titles: chronic cystic mastitis, chronic mastitis, cystic disease of the breast, mammary dysplasia Fibrocystic disease of the breast, also called chronic cystic[] PERIDUCTAL MASTITIS Recurrent subareolar abscess/ Squamous metaplasia of lactiferous ducts/ Zuska ds.[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Fat Atrophy
  • Panniculitis

    There are isolated reports of breast involvement lupus mastitis and also linear lesions.[] A characteristic atrophy of the subcutaneous tissue may be a late finding when lesions resolve.[] On histopathology, a dense lobular infiltrate of lymphocytes, plasma cells, and histiocytes associated with fat necrosis are found.[]

    Missing: Costochondritis
  • Chondritis

    Costochondritis is notable for feeling like a heart attack.[] Nephritis Glomerulonephritis Pyelonephritis Ureteritis Cystitis Urethritis Reproductive female Oophoritis Salpingitis Endometritis Parametritis Cervicitis Vaginitis Vulvitis Mastitis[] From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search Chondritis is inflammation of cartilage. [1] It takes several forms, osteochondritis, costochondritis[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Fat Atrophy
  • Intraductal Papilloma of the Breast

    Tietze syndrome or costochondritis Tietze syndrome or costochondritis may be confused with breast pain. Patients are locally tender in the parasternal area.[] Mastitis does not increase the risk of developing breast cancer.[] Nonlactational mastitis. . Accessed Oct. 31, 2016. Pruthi S (expert opinion). Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Oct. 28, 2016. .[]

    Missing: Subcutaneous Fat Atrophy
  • Contusion

    […] contusion (kәn-too zhәn) injury to tissues with skin discoloration and without breakage of skin; blood from the broken vessels accumulates in surrounding tissues to produce pain, swelling, and tenderness. The discoloration is the result of blood seepage just under the skin. Called also bruise. cerebral contusion[…][]

    Missing: Costochondritis Mastitis

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