Papilloma Breast Evaluation
- Breast lump:
- Breast dimpling:
- A dimple in the skin over the breast
- Nipple discharge
Tests are required to make the diagnosis of intraductal papilloma.
Tests that may be used to evaluate intraductal papilloma include:
Papilloma Breast Biopsy
A breast biopsy is usually necessary for many women with an intraductal papilloma. A needle biopsy can obtain a sample of tissue or fluid from a breast cyst. Large or deep breast lumps may require an open biopsy.
Examples of breast biopsy:
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