Clinical spectrum study of female patients with benign breast diseases in surgery department of tertiary care centre


  • Supriya Bagul Department of Surgery, Government Medical College, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India
  • Junaid Minhaj Shaikh Department of Surgery, Government Medical College, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India
  • Surajit Das Department of Surgery, Government Medical College, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India
  • Rasika Vivek Jadhav Department of Surgery, Government Medical College, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India



Breast lump, Fibroadenoma, Fibroadenosis


Background: Benign breast disorders are classified as congenital disorders, injury related inflammatory conditions infective conditions, aberration of normal differentiation and involution, duct ecstasies and congenital breast conditions such as inverted nipple etc. Aberration of normal differentiation and involution of breast consist of cystic nodularity, mastalgia, cysts and fibroadenoma.

Methods: Aim of the study is to study the co-relation of clinical, pathological and radiological parameters in benign breast diseases and study detail the different modes of presentations of benign breast disease respect to age, marital status, religion, clinical features, menstruation, presentation of lump, diagnostic modalities used.

Results: The 200 patients diagnosed with benign breast disease. Most of the cases belong to the age group of 20-29 years, fibroadenoma is the most common benign disorder in that age group followed by fibroadenosis. The presentation is breast lump without pain in most of the time.

Conclusions: Benign breast disease occupy majority of the total breast diseases. Majority of the benign breast diseases occur in the reproductive age group with fibroadenoma as the most common lesion. Lump is the most common presentation of all of the benign breast diseases.


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