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What is Breast Cyst?

Description of the disease

A breast cyst is a fluid-filled sac that forms in the tissues of the breast. Cysts can be solitary or multiple, and their sizes can vary.


Breast cysts can be simple or complex, and can also be microcysts or macrocysts depending on their size.


Often, breast cysts do not manifest any symptoms. However, large cysts or inflammation can cause pain, breast enlargement, and nipple discharge.


The exact cause of breast cysts is unknown, but they may be related to hormonal changes in the body.


For diagnosing breast cysts, ultrasound of the breasts, mammography, X-ray, and biopsy are used.


Treatment for breast cysts may include observation, medication, cyst drainage, or surgical removal of the cyst.


Prevention of breast cysts involves a healthy lifestyle, regular self-examination of the breasts, and regular check-ups with a doctor.


The doctor responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of breast cysts is a mammologist or an oncologist.

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