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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Miscellaneous: Breast abscess and other inflammatory conditions; galactocoele; traumatic fat necrosis; Phyllodes tumours; Mondor's disease; nipple discharge.
Major symptoms to look for include a lump or thickening of an area of the breast that does not disappear after a period, breast pain that does not go away after a period, changes in the skin of the breast such as dimpling or puckering, changes in the size or shape of the breast, nipple discharge, changes in the position of the nipple and a rash.
Citrin, the first signs of breast cancer may include a lump, skin dimpling in the breast, a bloody nipple discharge, or no symptoms at all, but something found on a mammogram.
This case presents a 42-year-old female complaining of right nipple swelling, palpable mass, and non-bloody nipple discharge.
Risk factors with strong evidence which were supported by nearly all studies to increase the risk of NAC involvement, including: Clinical involvement of NAC (history or physical examination of nipple discharge, nipple retraction, palpable mass in nipple and nipple bleeding), TND ≤ 2.
Changes to look out for include any change in the size, shape or feel of your breast, any new lumps or thickening in one breast or armpit, puckering, dimpling or redness of the skin, any changes in the position of the nipple or nipple discharge.
According to Khan's medical report, he has tenderness in the breast and nipple discharge.
Women of all ages who notice anything different about their breasts, including changes in size, shape or feel, a lump or thickening, nipple discharge or rash, dimpling, puckering or redness of the skin, should see their GP straight away, even if they have attended breast cancer screening.
Of these, eight of the women detected the mass themselves, one observed bloody nipple discharge associated with constitutional symptoms, and another experienced severe constitutional symptoms associated with disseminated malignancy.
Patients may have pain, tenderness, itchiness, crusting, ulceration, and nipple discharge or nipple inversion.
Changes to look out for include alterations in the size, shape or feel of your breasts, a new lump or thickening in one breast or armpit, any puckering, dimpling or redness of the skin, a rash or nipple discharge and unusual pain or discomfort felt only on one side.