Category Archives: Fibrocystic Changes and Macrocysts

Fibrocystic Breasts or Changes – Normal Breasts

Whenever I give out a diagnosis of “FIBROCYSTIC BREASTS” or “FIBROCYSTIC CHANGES” to a patient, it automatically means there is no breast problem; it is usual; and most important of all, it is NORMAL. Fibrocystic breast changes lead to the … Continue reading

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The changing breast ultrasound results pointing to fibrocystic changes

A lot of patients are fearful of the word “solid” nodules in a breast ultrasound report. If there is no palpable dominant breast mass, the “solid nodules” per se reported on breast ultrasound usually is part of the fibrocystic changes … Continue reading

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Breast Macrocysts Treated by Repeated Needle Aspiration

A 56-year-old female recently came for the annual breast check. She started seeing me in 2000 when she was 40 years old for breast macrocysts, huge ones, one on each breast. I did needle aspirations and the masses completely disappeared … Continue reading

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