Year : 2020 | Volume
: 6 | Issue : 1 | Page : 66--69
A clinico-pathological study of benign breast disease in tertiary centre of Bihar
Krishna Gopal1, Mukesh Kumar2, Sanjit Prasad3, Sanjeet Kumar Singh4, Vivek Kumar Roy5
1 Additional Professor, IGIMS, India
2 Associate Professor, IGIMS, India
3 Senior resident, Dept. of General Surgery, IGIMS, India
4 Associate Professor, Dept. of Pathology, IGIMS, India
5 Assistant Professor, Dept. of General Surgery, IGIMS, India
Background: Benign breast disease is most common problem in female of our society. The aim of study to know the patterns of clinically benign breast disease in females and to co-relate them with the pathological condition.
Material and method: This study was conducted on outdoor patients of department of general surgery in Indira Gandhi institute of medical science, Patna Bihar from April 2018 to march 2019. The first 100 one hundred female patients who were treated for benign breast disease were included in this study. Diagnosis was made by a combination of clinical assessment, radiological imaging and tissue biopsy so called triple assessment.
Results: In all benign breast disease, the most common presentation was breast lump which comprised 84 cases, of which fibro adenoma is most common with mainly in the age group of 21-30 years. Median age at presentation was 29.5 years. Excision is most commonly used and most satisfactory method of treatment.
Conclusions: Benign breast disease present mainly in 21-30 year age group. The clinical diagnosis of the benign breast disease was accurate in 92% cases. The actual factors responsible for this change need further research and study.
Associate Professor, Dept. of General Surgery, IGIMS, Patna
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Gopal K, Kumar M, Prasad S, Singh SK, Roy VK. A clinico-pathological study of benign breast disease in tertiary centre of Bihar.J Indira Gandhi Inst Med Sci 2020;6:66-69
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Gopal K, Kumar M, Prasad S, Singh SK, Roy VK. A clinico-pathological study of benign breast disease in tertiary centre of Bihar. J Indira Gandhi Inst Med Sci [serial online] 2020 [cited 2022 Oct 6 ];6:66-69
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