Patient saved from unnecessary breast operation – JJ (#46)

19jul18

Patient saved from unnecessary breast operation (#46)

Patient JJ saved from unnecessary breast operation.

JJ came to me and was told by another physician she should have her breast masses removed as soon as possible.  She was told all breast masses should be removed as they may be cancerous.

After I examined her, my primary diagnosis was macrocysts on her right breast (5cm) and left breast (3 cm and 4 cm).  I recommended needle evaluation and aspiration. She agreed.  I was right in my diagnosis as I was able to obtain 12 cc of serous fluid followed by complete disappearance of the right breast mass; 7 cc of serous fluid and 8 cc of serous fluid from her two left breast masses, also followed by complete disappearance of the masses.

JJ was extremely happy that she did not have to undergo operation anymore and the diagnosis was macrocysts, NOT cancer.

She asked to have pictures with me and her husband and also her friend which she posted in her Facebook.

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DELIGHTFUL PATIENT EXPERIENCE
19jul18
Happy to be of help.
Cannot retired from medical practice yet. Can still be of help.
Avoided an operation for this patient who was told to undergo operation. Just aspirated 3 breast masses which completely disappeared after aspiration of 7cc, 8 cc and 12 cc of grayish fluid.- Macrocysts.
SLICE OF PRODUCTIVITY, CONTENTMENT, ENJOYMENT and HAPPINESS TODAY.


ROJ@19jul18

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