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increasing subareolar breast density

What does it mean when an ultrasound shows that behind the nipple there is a lot of dense, glandular tissue.
I am 64.
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25201 tn?1255584436
I believe I answered your very similar post previously and advised that you discuss the Radiology report with your prescribing Physician. Dense, glandular tissue can be either normal or abnormal. This must be determined by additional testing or on an individual basis in correlation with other symptoms or findings. You still haven't mentioned if any further testing was advised by the Raiologist in his/her report. Regards ...
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Thanks so much for your comment.  I have discussed the radiology report with a physician.
The diagnosis is benign with a six month MRI follow up.
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