FNAC of Different Breast Lesions in Subset of Rural Areas of Sindh

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Santosh Kumar Sidhwani
Paras Mahesh
Haresh Chand
Haider Abbas Mandviwala
Zahra Saifuddin Rajbhoy
Jabbar Ahmed Qureshi

Abstract

Background: In the 1970’s the introduction of Fine Need Aspiration Cytology (FNAC) proved to be the key method for examining the nature and malignant potential of many palpable lesions like thyroid, salivary glands and lymphadenopathies. Breast pathologies is one of the entity that can also be diagnosed with FNAC. Breast cancer is the most common malignancy of women with overall 100,000 cases being reported annually around the globe. The most frequent lesion encountered using FNAC in breast is fibro-adenoma followed by fibrocystic disease, breast abscess, chronic inflammatory conditions and suspicious malignant masses. In current cross sectional study we tried to find frequency of different breast lesions by FNAC.

Methodology and Results: 649 samples were recruited from the Vital Laboratory Larkana with different pathological lesions of breast during the year 2014 and 2015 by non-probability consecutive sampling. 613 (95%) were females and 32 (5%) were male with mean age of 30.8±12.8 years. Majority of case were of 20-39 years of age (55.8%). Most of the cases were diagnosed with benign lesions (329, 51%) followed by inflammatory lesions (132, 20.5%) and gynecomastia (15, 2.3%). Right breast was more affected (329, 51%). In present study we found a strong association of diagnosis with gender (p =0.000) and age (p =0.000).

Conclusion: So in this study it is concluded that large number of females with breast pathologies present with benign lesions like fibro-adenoma at the age of 20-39 years. It is also concluded that in this age group mastitis and abscesses are common due to different risk factors.

Keywords:
FNAC, breast lesions, fibrocystic diseases, aspiration, cytology

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Sidhwani, S. K., Mahesh, P., Chand, H., Mandviwala, H. A., Rajbhoy, Z. S., & Qureshi, J. A. (2020). FNAC of Different Breast Lesions in Subset of Rural Areas of Sindh. Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research, 32(4), 10-15. https://doi.org/10.9734/jammr/2020/v32i430394
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