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Fibrocystic Breast Disease

What is Fibrocystic Breast Disease

Fibrocystic Breast Disease is the most frequent lesion of the breast. Fibrocystic Breast Disease is common in women 30–50 years of age but rare in postmenopausal women who are not taking hormonal replacement medications. Estrogen hormone is considered a causative factor. There may be an increased risk in women who drink alcohol, especially between 18 and 22 years old. Fibrocystic disease encompasses a wide variety of pathologic entities. These lesions are always associated with benign changes in the breast epithelium, some of which are found so commonly in normal breasts that they are probably variants of normal breast histology but have nonetheless been termed a "disease."

 

 

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