A Clinicopathological study of breast lesions in a Tribal population in rural Telangana: A 3-year retrospective analysis
Breast lesions is one of the commonest health conditions encountered by the female population around the world. The incidence of breast cancer is on the raise from the last decade mainly due to the increase awareness and education of the demographic population. All the breast lesions inflammatory, benign or malignant arises considerable anxiety to the patients. The main objective of our study is to analysis the spectrum of breast disease according to the clinical presentation, age and histopathological correlation in the rural and tribal population of Telangana. so that a more specific target population can be focused in the future. And also, to develop a multi-disciplinary set in the screening as well as treatment in the hospital.
Lump in the breast with or without pain is the most common presentation of the breast diseases (63.1). The mean age of breast lesion in 29.5 years. Benign breast condition including tumor has peak incidence in 2nd and 3rd decade. While malignant tumors in 4th decade. Benign breast conditions are most common (77%) and malignancies at 23%. Fibroadenoma (95%) is the most benign tumor followed by Fibroadenosis most common (3.4%) non neoplastic breast lesions. 3 cases of gynecomastia in the male breast also present. Infiltrating ductal carcinoma is the most common malignant tumor of the breast.
Although benign breast conditions are more common more awareness and education required in the socially backward population in the rural area. More screen awareness programs are recommended from the institute to the deeper regions of the demographic population.
Fibroadenoma, Infiltrating carcinoma of breast, Fibroadenosis, Tribal
2. A Clinicopathological study of breast lumps in patients presenting in Surgery OPD in a referral hospital in Madhya Pradesh, India. Savita Bharat Jain1, Isha Jain, Jyoti Shrivastav and Bharat Jain, Int.J. Curr.Microbiol. App.Sci (2015) 4(8): 919-923
3. Clinical and Histocytological Correlation of Breast Lesions Dr. Archana Sagar, Dr. Sudha Iyengar, Dr. Shilpi Sikarwar,Dr. K.S Mangal. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) e-ISSN: 2279-0853, p-ISSN: 2279-0861.Volume 19, Issue 5 Ser.17 (May. 2020), PP 12-16
4. Benign and malignant lesions of the breast: clinico-pathological perspective from a government teaching hospital in West Bengal, India Saurav Sarkar, Arista Lahiri, Soumyajyoti Bandyopadhyay*, Snehasish Das, Tamal Chakraborty. Int Surg J. 2018 Nov;5(11):3460-3466
5. A Study of Patterns of Breast Lesions in the Tertiary Care Centre of Bastar Region. Dr Deepika Dhruw, Dr Kasturi Chikhlikar. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) e-ISSN: 2279-0853, p-ISSN: 2279-0861.Volume 17, Issue 7 Ver. 4 (July. 2018), PP 10-14
6. Histomorphological spectrum of neoplastic and non-neoplastic breast lesions –A two-year study in a teaching hospital of North India. Honey Bhasker Sharma, Megha Bansal, Nikhilesh Kumar. IP Archives of Cytology and Histopathology Research, October-December 2018;3(4):181-184
7. Histological Characteristics of Breast Lesions in Uyo, Nigeria Chukwuemeka Charles Nwafor, Isaac Assam Udo1. Nigerian Journal of Surgery ¦ Volume 24 ¦ Issue 2 ¦ July-December 2018N
8. Clinicopathological pattern of benign breast diseases among female patients at a tertiary health institution in Tanzania Phillipo L. Chalya*, Mange Manyama, Peter F. Rambau, Anthony Kapesa, Sospatro E. Nballaba4, Nestory Masalu5 And Joseph B. Mabula
9. A Histopathological Study Of Tumour And Non-Tumour Breast Lesions In Kolhan, Jharkhand Shailendra Nath Paul, Saket Kumar.J. Evid. Based Med. Health., pISSN- 2349-2562, eISSN- 2349-2570/ Vol. 5/Issue 36/Sept. 03, 2018
10. Histopathological Spectrum of Breast lesions -A hospital based study. Gogoi Geetanjali, Borgohain Diganta ISSN 2394–806X (Print), ISSN 2454-5139 (Electronic), IJHRMLP, Vol: 02 No: 01 January, 2016
11. Histopathological Review of Breast Tumors in Kano, Northern Nigeria Imam Mohammed Ibrahim, Yawale Iliyasu, Aminu Zakari Mohammed. Sub-Saharan African Journal of Medicine /Vol 2/Issue 1/Jan-Mar 2015
12. Clinico- Pathological Profile Of Patients With Breast Diseases At University Hospital, Jamshoro K. Altaf H. Talpur, Abdul Aziz Laghari, Arshad Mehmood Malik and Aisha Memon. JLUMHS MAY - AUGUST 2006
13. Clinico-morphological patterns of breast cancer including family history in a New Delhi hospital, India-A cross-sectional study Sunita Saxena, Bharat Rekhi, Anju Bansal1, Ashok Bagga, Chintamani and Nandagudi S Murthy. World Journal of Surgical Oncology 2005, 3:67 doi:10.1186/1477-7819-3-67
14. A Histopathological Study of Malignant Lesions of the Female Breast in a Tertiary Care Centre Priya Jangid1, Mahendra Kumar Jangid, Geeta Pachor J. Evolution Med. Dent. Sci./eISSN- 2278-4802, pISSN- 2278-4748/ Vol. 9/ Issue 24/ June 15, 2020.
15. Clinico‑radio‑pathological features and biological behaviour of breast cancer in young Indian women: A prospective
16. Study Rashmi Sudhir, Kamala Sannapareddy, Alekya Potlapalli, Vidhatri Penmetsa. Indian Journal of Radiology and Imaging / Volume XX / Issue XX / Month 201207
17. Diagnostic challenges of tubercular lesions of breast Zeeba Shamim Jairajpuri, Sujata Jetley, Safia Rana, Shaan Khetrapal, Sabina Khan, Mohammad Jaseem Hassan. Journal of Laboratory Physicians - Volume 10, Issue 2, April-June 2018
18. Breast tuberculosis: Diagnosis,management and treatment.Marinopoulos S, Lourantou D, Gatzionis T, Dimitrakakis C,Papaspyrou I, Antsaklis A, et al. Zeeb aet al 2018 Int J Surg Case Rep 2012;3:548‑50
Copyright (c) 2021 Author (s). Published by Siddharth Health Research and Social Welfare Society
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.