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Breast Lump(Mouse in breast)

Breast lumps are fairly common, most women will experience one or more breast lumps at some or other time in their lives. A lump detected in a woman’s breast can be very disturbing. Fortunately, most of them are benign (i.e. simple lumps, not cancer). Also, these are most common in the age group under 30 years. The usual treatment protocol is to remove the lump as a diagnosis and treatment.

Traditionally these lumps are treated by general surgeons who remove the lumps through direct incisions on them. These leave behind undesirable scars, permanent tell-tale signs for a temporary problem at a young age on important and intimate parts of the body. Our approach is to remove these lumps in a way that in time there is no tell-tale mark left on the virgin breast about this lump.


There are different causes for lumps in the breast. Not all of them are cancer. They include:

  • Cysts: These are harmless growths in the breast tissue that tend to occur with hormonal changes, such as the start of a menstrual period.
  • Fibroadenoma and fibrocystic breasts: These conditions involve the hardening and thickening of the tissue within the breast. The tissue is usually harmless.
  • Inarticulate papillomas: This is when hard, rubbery, lumps form in the milk ducts. These are also usually harmless.
  • Benign tumours: These solid growths are not cancerous or dangerous. They can be uncomfortable, and they can sometimes cause leakage from the nipples, depending on their location.

Reasons to Perform Lumpectomy

  • If you have fibroadenoma or other benign tumours of the breast.
  • If you have a fluid-filled lump (cyst)


Inpatient/Outpatient Procedure

This is a daycare procedure, i.e. most patients can go home the same day.

  • The recovery period is very short for a simple lumpectomy
  • The client can take a shower the day after
  • Avoid activities that cause excessive sweating for 1 to 2 weeks
  • Self-dissolving stitches–so no need to remove the stitches
  • The stitches are sub-dermal i.e. none of the stitches is on the skin
  • The outcomes of a lumpectomy depend upon the type of lump found, and whether or not it is cancerous.
  • The biopsy report is usually available in 2-5 days.
  • The scar fades away leaving behind no tell-tale marks of the procedure.
Breast Augmentation

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