I had a small lump in left breast upper outer quadrant. Ultra sound showed multiple cystic areas with very small adenomas in both breasts.The lump in question was 1.5 cm in size. As I had a history of fibroadenoma removed few years back I got this lump removed with some free margin.
The biopsy report says " 10 to 12 ducts filled with necrotic cells sugestive of comedo carcinoma.
What should be the line of management.
This is a type of ductal carcinoma insitu (confined to the ducts) but does increase the risk of development of an Invasive Cancer in the future by 10. Treatment will be determined after any necessary further surgery by your Oncologist, taking into consideration the overall picture and the final Pathology reports. Regards ....
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