diabetic mastopathy

diabetic mastopathy

A condition characterised by often bilateral indurated but painless masses in the breast, seen mostly in insulin-dependent diabetics, which consists of
• Lymphocytic vasculitis,
• Sclerosing lymphocytic lobulitis
• Stromal keloidal fibrosis with plump epithelioid myofibroblasts.

Other changes seen in diabetic mastopathy include keloids, periductal and lobular lymphocytic infiltrates.
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These rare breast lesions are fibromatosis, idiopathic granulomatous mastitis, tubular adenoma, diabetic mastopathy, invasive micropapillary carcinoma, osteoclastic giant cell breast carcinoma, malignant phyllodes tumor, carcinoma arising in fibroadenoma, metastasis, and metaplastic carcinoma.
Diabetic mastopathy term defines proliferation of fibrous breast tissue as a result of resistance to degradation of collagen in diabetic population.
Diabetic mastopathy (DM) is a rare and benign fibroinflammatory condition of the breast.
Features Entities Masses and/or distortion Fat necrosis Radial scar/complex sclerosing lesion Granular cell tumor Spindle cell lesions Inflammatory conditions Chronic mastitis Idiopathic granulomatous mastitis Diabetic mastopathy Rare conditions Breast infarction Sarcoidosis Cooper's ligament
Diabetic mastopathy is an uncommon condition affecting patients with a history of long-standing insulin- dependent DM.
Diabetic Mastopathy in Men: Imaging Findings in two patients.
6) Diabetic mastopathy is noncancerous lesions in the breast most commonly diagnosed in premenopausal women with type 1 diabetes.
Peril: Diabetic mastopathy is infrequently encountered since breast examination is not performed routinely in younger diabetic patients.
These features were in keeping with sclerosing lymphocytic mastitis, known also as diabetic mastopathy.
Diabetic mastopathy is an uncommon benign fibro-inflamatory breast disease.
That effort turned up four more women with the condition, known as diabetic mastopathy.
Up to 13% of long-standing insulin-dependent diabetics are affected by diabetic mastopathy.