Anil Kumar

Department of Surgery, Saifai-Etawah-206130, Uttar Pradesh University of Medical Sciences, India


  • Research   
    Clinical Presentation and Pathological Changes of Various Benign Breast Diseases
    Author(s): Shesh Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, Anil Kumar, Ram Lakhan Singh Verma* and Umesh Kumar Gupta

    Background: The breast sustains the human young, brought into this world in a helpless and mother dependent state. But unfortunately this sustainer, the female breast is the seat of many lesions like infections, cystic mastitis, and benign and malignant tumours. Objective: To study the clinical presentation and pathological changes of various benign breast diseases. Materials & methods: The present study was conducted on 76 females and 2 males of Benign Breast Diseases (BBD) who attend Surgery outdoor or are admitted in Surgery indoor, Department of Surgery, Nehru Chikitsalaya, B.R.D. Medical College, Gorakhpur Results: Fibroadenosis (34.61%) was found to be the commonest lesion, followed by fibroadenoma (26.92%) and mastitis (24.35%). Majority of patients had pain (64.1%), and lump (42.3%) in breast as presenting symptom. The commonest sign was lump or swelling (67.79%) in breast.. Read More»

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