mastodynia


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mastalgia

 [mas-tal´jah]
pain in the breast; called also mammalgia and mastodynia.

mas·to·dyn·i·a

(mas'tō-din'ē-ă),
Pain in the breast.
See also: mammary neuralgia.
Synonym(s): mammalgia, mastalgia
[masto- + G. odynē, pain]

mastodynia

(1) Mastalgia; breast pain.
(2) An obsolete term for fibrocystic disease of breast, see there.

mastodynia

Medtalk → Vox populi Breast pain

mas·to·dyn·i·a

(mas'tō-din'ē-ă)
Pain in the breast.
Synonym(s): mammalgia, mastalgia.
[masto- + G. odynē, pain]

Cooper,

Sir Astley Paston, English anatomist and surgeon, 1768-1841.
Cooper fascia - one of the coverings of the spermatic cord, formed of delicate connective tissue and of muscular fibers derived from the internal oblique muscle (cremaster muscle). Synonym(s): cremasteric fascia
Cooper hernia - a femoral hernia with two sacs. Synonym(s): bilocular femoral hernia; Hey hernia
Cooper herniotome - a slender bistoury with short cutting edge for dividing the constricting tissues at the neck of a hernial sac.
Cooper ligament repair
Cooper ligaments - (1) suspensory ligaments of breast. Synonym(s): suspensory ligaments of Cooper - (2) pectineal ligament - (3) transverse ligament of elbow.
Cooper neuralgia - Synonym(s): mastodynia
Cooper testis - neuralgia of the testicles.
suspensory ligaments of Cooper - Synonym(s): Cooper ligaments (1)
References in periodicals archive ?
Hormonal profile of benign breast disease and premenstrual mastodynia. Eur J Gynaecol Oncol.
Breast fullness and mastodynia are symptoms of PMS that were also successfully treated by low-dose VAC preparations (Wuttke et al.
For the relieve of mastodynia, the use of lower VAC dosages might therefore be adequate for symptom improvement (Wuttke et al.
One of the physical symptoms of PMS represents pain of the breast (mastodynia).
Aetiology, diagnosis und therapy of mastopathy and mastodynia. Experiences of treatment with mastodynon.
We have reviewed published studies in Russia and Canada showing a beneficial effect of I intake at several milligrams a day on FDB both subjectively (mastodynia) and objectively (breast cysts, nodularity, and induration).
Author(s) % of stud/pts with iodism Marine (3) 0 Ghent (10) 0.1 Marine (3) 0.5 Ghent (10) 3.0 Table 3 Clinical data on the 10 subjects Subject Age Height Weight BMI menstrual status # (years) (inches) (lbs.) (kg/[m.sup.2] 1 31 68 152 23.2 Pre-Menopausal 2 49 70 216 30.9 Pre-Menopausal 3 49 63 161 28.5 Pre-Menopausal 4 49 66 202 32.5 Pre-Menopausal 5 43 65 146 24.3 Pre-Menopausal 6 35 67 149 23.4 Pre-Menopausal 7 44 62 115 21.2 Pre-Menopausal 8 47 69 168 24.9 Pre-Menopausal 9 59 69 196 29 Post-Menopausal 10 53 66 219 35.2 Post-Menopausal x 45.9 66.50 172 27.3 SD 8.2 2.64 34.3 4.6 Subject medications Symptoms assessed in response to I supplementation * (pre-I /post-I # Mastodynia Tremor Restless legs 1 O.C.
Key words: Chaste tree, prolactin, dopamine, premenstrual symptoms, mastodynia
Many premenstrual symptoms, particularly premenstrual mastalgia (mastodynia) are associated with latent hyperprolactinemia (Jarry et al.
In two recent clinical studies the efficacy of the commercially available Vitex agnus castus extract to effectively reduce premenstrual mastodynia was established.