Recent Trends in Mastalgia - Breast Pain

by Abd El Samie, Moharram
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Abd El Samie, Moharram Recent Trends in Mastalgia - Breast Pain
Abd El Samie, Moharram - Recent Trends in Mastalgia - Breast Pain

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Mastalgia is the commonest breast symptom presenting to general practitioners and breast surgeon alike. Two out of three women suffer from breast pain at sometime in their lives. Like any other breast problem, it can be worrying, but most breast pain can be treated easily.Women with severe, sustained breast pain that interferes with their quality of life may benefit from treatment with low-dose or luteal-phase medications such as danazol or tamoxifen. These medications have proven effectiveness; however, their benefit in ameliorating breast discomfort and pain must be balanced against their potential adverse effects. Selection of a specific agent is individualized. In certain circumstances, bromocriptine or a gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist may be needed; however, approaches to decreased dosing to minimize adverse effects have not been established. To make a full assessment of the cause, all patients require a full history, examination and, sometimes, investigations. Dairy cards are often helpful. The commonest cause is cyclical mastalgia. Most women require reassurance only and the pain often settles spontaneously after few months.

Contributors

Author:
Abd El Samie, Moharram
Taalab, Abdel Aziz
Elkased, Ahmad Farag

Further information

Biography Artist:
Moharram Abdelsamie, born in 1976, MBBCH 2000, Master degree 2005, M.D 2009,a lecturer in general surgery department, Faculty of medicine,Menoufia University.medical director of Emergency Hospital of Menoufia University.
Language:
Englisch
Number of Pages:
144
Media Type:
Taschenbuch
Publisher:
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
01 October 2012
Package Dimensions:
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.008 m; 0.263 kg
GTIN:
09783659179617
DUIN:
PQJA34U2GB6
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