mastalgia


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mastalgia

[ma′stal·jə]
(medicine)
Pain in the breast.
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About 60% of cases of cyclical mastalgia were from 4th decade of life followed by 30% from 3rd decade of life.
Cyclical mastalgia (CM) or mastodynia typically occurs every month before the start of the menstrual period and is relieved within 7 days of the onset of menses.
Also in two randomized, controlled trials cyclical mastalgia was successfully treated with this VAC preparation (Wuttke et al.
En relacion a la signos clinicos, la revision muestra que el 40,1 % presenta mastalgia y nodulo, seguido por el 31,6 % solo nodulo.
Breast pain that is not associated with the menstrual cycle is called noncyclic mastalgia.
25) mencionam que o desconforto e a dor sao frequentemente referidos pelas mulheres durante a realizacao da mamografia, sendo que mulheres com menos de 50 anos apresentavam mastalgia previa e queixavam-se mais do que as idosas.
Each month these lumps can become painful and enlarged during the week prior to menses, resulting in mastalgia (breast pain).
Lydia Cairncross gives a thorough overview of mastalgia, the commonest presenting symptom for any breast consultation, and takes readers through the multiple investigative options as well as the therapies available.
La comunicacion del personal medico durante la consulta se expresa en un lenguaje cifrado para las pacientes: "acuestese, relajese, tiene un poco fibroso alli y eso genera molestias, mastalgia, ademas esclerosantes".
Caracteristicas de la poblacion (n=232) Caracteristicas n (%) Sexo femenino 232 (100) Edad promedio (anos) al momento del diagnostico 55 Motivo de consulta Sintomatologia (masa, telorragia, 190 (81,9) mastalgia y/o cambio en piel) Mamografia de tamizaje anormal 42 (18,1) Tipo histologico en la biopsia Ductal in situ 16 (6,9) Infiltrante 209 (90,1) Otros 7 (3,0) Estadio clinico 0 16 (7,8) I 38 (16,4) IIA 40 (17,2) IIB 37 (15,9) IIIA 22 (9,5) IIIB 58 (25,0) IIIC 4 (1,3) IV 17 (7,3) Tabla 2.