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INTRAMAMMARY LYMPH NODE
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INTRAMAMMARY LYMPH NODE
JUST DID A MAMMOGRAM REPOT NOTED THAT A SMALL INTRAMAMMARY LYMPH NODE WAS FOUND.  WHAT IS INTRAMAMMARY LYMPH NODE?  SHOULD I BE WORRIED?
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Dear SWEETJAY:  An intramammary lymph node simply means that a lymph node appeared within the breast tissue.  This is not uncommon as long as the lymph node does not look suspicious, radiographically.
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it means a lymph node that is within breast tissue. It's common, normal, and means nothing unless it were noted to be abnormally enlarged.
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THANKS FOR QUICK RESPONSE. I AM FEELING MORE RELAX
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