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What is Fibroadenomatosis?

Description of the disease

Fibroadenomatosis is a benign tumor disease of the breast. It is characterized by the formation of dense thickenings in the breast tissue, called fibrocystic nodules. This disease occurs in women aged 15 to 50.


  • Fibrocystic changes in the breast;
  • Adenosis;
  • Diffuse fibrocystic adenomatosis.


  • Palpable hardening of the breast;
  • Pain in the breast;
  • Discharge from the nipple;
  • Changes in the shape and size of the breast.


The exact causes of fibroadenomatosis are unknown, but hormonal imbalances, genetic predisposition, chronic stress, and vitamin D deficiency are believed to play a role in the development of the disease.


For the diagnosis of fibroadenomatosis, ultrasound examination, mammography, and biopsy of breast tissue are performed.


Treatment of fibroadenomatosis may include observation, treatment with hormonal drugs, and surgical removal of the tumor.


Preventive measures include a healthy lifestyle, regular medical check-ups, avoiding stress, and maintaining a healthy level of vitamin D in the body.


For consultation and treatment of fibroadenomatosis, it is necessary to see a gynecologist or mammologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.