nipple discharge

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nipple discharge

spontaneous exudation of material from the nipple. It may be normal, such as colostrum in pregnancy, or it may be a sign of endocrinological, neoplastic, or infectious disease.

nipple discharge

Serous or serosanguinous fluid that drips from one or more nipples, which most commonly occurs in peri- and post-menopausal women, due to various lesions (e.g., intraductal papilloma, nipple adenoma, ductal ectasia, Paget’s disease of breast, advanced ductal carcinoma).

nipple discharge

Breast discharge Breast disease Serous or serosanguinous fluid emanating from a nipple, most common in peri- and post-menopausal ♀, due to various lesions–eg, intraductal papilloma, nipple adenoma, ductal ectasia, Paget's disease of breast, advanced ductal carcinoma
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