Abnormal cell in breast
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Atypical Cells In A Breast Lump
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Benign breast disease increases risk
This content does not have an English version. If you've been diagnosed with atypical hyperplasia, you have an increased risk of developing breast cancer in the future. But if the lump is left and it does become cancerous in the future, then there is a risk that some of the cells could break away from the lump and spread elsewhere in the body. Your specialist is likely to want you to have follow-up, which is usually a mammogram every one to two years. The abnormal cells may continue to change in appearance and multiply, evolving into ductal carcinoma in situ. For example, women diagnosed with atypical hyperplasia before age 45 seem to have a greater risk of developing breast cancer during their lifetimes. Hyperplasia and atypical hyperplasia can also affect men, but this is very rare. What this means for you 1. Discuss your risk of breast cancer with your doctor. For this reason, doctors often recommend intensive breast cancer screening and medications to reduce breast cancer risk. New England Journal of Medicine. Once a diagnosis of atypical hyperplasia is confirmed following a biopsy, your specialist may recommend a small operation to remove the atypical hyperplasia. This content does not have an Arabic version.
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