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Breast cancer develops in the cells of the breast. Breast cancer is the second most frequent cancer in women in the United States, after skin cancer. Breast cancer can infect both men and women, but it affects women significantly more frequently. Breast cancer research and awareness funding have aided in the advancement of breast cancer Diagnosis and Therapy. Early identification, a novel customized approach to therapy, and a better knowledge of the disease have all helped to improve breast cancer survival rates and decrease the number of fatalities linked with the disease.
- Track 1-1Skin Cancer
- Track 1-2Diagnosis
- Track 1-3Therapy
- Track 1-4Survival Rates
DCIS-Ductal carcinoma in situ- The first stage of Breast Cancer is known as DCIS. DCIS is noninvasive, which means it hasn't moved outside of the milk duct and is unlikely to become invasive. DCIS is commonly discovered during a mammography for breast cancer screening or to evaluate a breast lump.
LCIS-Lobular carcinoma in situ is a rare disorder in which abnormal cells grow in the milk glands (lobules) of the breast. It's important to note that LCIS isn't the same thing as cancer. However, having LCIS means you're more likely to get breast cancer.
- Track 2-1Non-invasive
- Track 2-2Mammography
- Track 2-3DCIS
- Track 2-4LCIS
A bulge or thickening in the breast that does not feel like the rest of the breast
Changes in the size, shape, or appearance of the breast .A nipple that has been inverted recently .As though it were orange skin, the skin over your breasts appears inflamed or pitted
Doctors know that breast cancer develops when certain Breast Cells begin to grow abnormally. These cells divide faster than healthy cells, continue to accumulate and form lumps or masses. The cells can spread (metastasize) from the breast to the lymph nodes and other parts of the body. Breast cancer usually begins with cells in the ducts (invasive ductal carcinoma in situ). Breast cancer can also originate in glandular tissue called lobules (invasive lobular cancer) or from other cells or tissues in the breast.
- Track 3-1Lymph Nodes
- Track 3-2Metastasize
- Track 3-3Invasive ductal carcinoma in situ
- Track 3-4Invasive lobular carcinoma in situ
- Track 3-5Glandular tissue
Radiation exposure: If you acquired radiation remedies for your chest as a toddler or younger adult, your hazard of breast cancer is increased
Obesity: Being overweight will increase your hazard of breast cancer
Drinking alcohol: will increase the hazard of Breast cancer
- Track 4-1Genetic mutations
- Track 4-2Reproductive history
- Track 4-3Family history of breast or ovarian cancer
- Track 4-4Exposure to the drug diethylstilbestrol (DES)
Choose a healthy diet: Women who consume a Mediterranean weight-reduction plan supplemented with extra-virgin olive oil and combined nuts may also have a discounted danger of breast cancer. The Mediterranean weight-reduction plan focuses totally on plant-primarily based totally foods, consisting of culmination and vegetables, entire grains, legumes, and nuts. People who observe the Mediterranean weight-reduction plan select healthful fats, consisting of olive oil, over butter and fish as opposed to purple meat.
Limit postmenopausal hormone therapy: Combination hormone remedies may also boom the danger of Breast Cancer. Talk together along with your health practitioner approximately the advantages and dangers of hormone remedies. Some girls enjoy bothersome symptoms and symptoms and signs in the course of menopause and, for those girls, the accelerated danger of cancer can be proper in an effort to relieve menopause symptoms and symptoms and signs.
- Track 5-1Menopause
- Track 5-2Hormone Therapy
- Track 5-3Symptoms and Signs
Mammogram is a low energy x ray picture of the breast. There are two types of mammogram Screening mammogram and Diagnostic mammogram
Screening mammogram: A screening mammogram is a mammogram typically accomplished for girls who've no symptoms and symptoms or signs and symptoms of breast cancer. Regular screening mammograms can assist lessen the wide variety of deaths from breast cancers amongst girls a long time forty to 74. This is due to the fact they could locate breast cancers early and remedy can begin earlier, perhaps earlier than it has spread. But screening mammograms also can have risks. They can from time to time locate something that appears odd however is not always most cancers. This results in in addition checking out and might purpose you anxiety. Sometimes mammograms can leave out most cancers whilst it's far there. It additionally exposes you to radiation. You need to speak in your issuer approximately the blessings and downsides of mammograms. Together, you may determine whilst to begin and the way regularly to have a mammogram .
Diagnostic mammogram: Diagnostic mammograms are given to people who have breast cancer lumps or other signs or symptoms. Signs include breast pain, thickening of the skin on the breast, nipple discharge, and changes in breast size and shape. However, these signs can also be caused by benign (non-cancerous) breast disease. Mammograms, along with other tests, help your provider know if you have cancer.
- Track 6-1Latero-medial (LM)
- Track 6-2Medico-lateral (ML)
- Track 6-3Exaggerated CC
- Track 6-4Magnification
- Track 6-5Spot compression
The main pillars of breast cancer treatment are surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and targeted therapy. But scientists continue to explore new therapies and medicines, as well as new combinations of existing therapies.
- Track 7-1Hormone receptor (HR) positive
- Track 7-2Human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) positive
- Track 7-3Triple-negative breast cancer
Despite the responsiveness of breast tissue to hormone stimulation in the pregnant and lactating states (where patient age and disease stage are controlled for), the prognosis does not appear to differ from that of non-pregnant patients of the same age and disease stage . Doctors believe that terminating a pregnancy can help reduce the progression of advanced breast cancer; nevertheless, doing research in this field is difficult, and just a few high-quality trials have been conducted. There has been no evidence that terminating a pregnancy improves a woman's prognosis in trials undertaken to date. Furthermore, studies have not shown that the types of treatment delays that are sometimes required during pregnancy have an impact on the outcome of breast cancer; nonetheless, this is a controversial topic
- Track 8-1Ultrasonography
- Track 8-2Chest Radiography
- Track 8-3Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Track 8-4Pathology
Chemotherapy (chemo) is a treatment that involves the administration of anti-cancer medications either intravenously (into a vein) or orally. The medications pass through the circulation and reach cancer cells throughout the body. Chemotherapy may be delivered directly into the spinal fluid, which surrounds and cushions the brain and spinal cord, if cancer has spread there (called intrathecal chemotherapy)
- Track 9-1Maternal effects of chemotherapy
- Track 9-2Fatal effects of chemotherapy
- Track 9-3First trimester
- Track 9-4Second and third trimesters
Breast reconstruction is a surgical technique that restores the shape of your breast following a mastectomy, which is a procedure in which your breast is surgically removed to treat or prevent breast cancer. Breast reconstruction with flap surgery is moving a portion of tissue from another part of your body, most commonly your belly, to form a new breast mound. A cosmetic surgeon performs a complicated operation known as breast reconstruction with flap surgery. Much of the breast rebuilding using your own tissue can be done right after your Mastectomy (immediate reconstruction), while it can also be done later (delayed reconstruction).A two-stage surgery can be suggested by your plastic surgeon. The first step is to insert an implant expander, and the second step is to remove the implant expander
- Track 10-1Pedicels flap surgery
- Track 10-2Free flap surgery
3-D mammography, commonly known as digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), is a type of digital mammography in which x-ray devices take photos of thin "slices" of the breast from various angles and computer software reconstructs the image. This procedure is comparable to how a computed tomography (CT) scanner generates images of internal body structures. 3-D mammography uses very low-dose x-rays, although the radiation dose is larger than regular mammography because it is usually done at the same time as standard two-dimensional (2-D) digital mammography. DBT can now be performed alone using newer tomosynthesis algorithms, potentially lowering the radiation exposure to that of normal mammography.
- Track 11-1Computed Tomography (CT)
- Track 11-23-D Mammography
- Track 11-3Two-D Mammography
You may be tired and sore for a couple of weeks after your surgery. Your doctor can prescribe medication to regulate your pain. You have drainage tubes in situ for a brief time after your surgery to get rid of excess fluids that collect within the surgical site.
Wearing a bandage or support bra can help keep swelling down and support your breast while it heals.
You'll even have stitches (sutures) after your surgery. They'll probably be absorbable sutures, though, so you will not got to have them removed.
Getting back to normal activities may take up to 6 weeks or more. Your doctor will allow you to know of any restrictions to your activities, like avoiding overhead lifting or strenuous physical activities. Do not be surprised if it seems to require an extended time to recover from surgery — some women report that it takes as long as a year or two before feeling completely healed and back to normal.
- Track 12-1Skin flap reconstruction
- Track 12-2Skin graft reconstruction
- Track 12-3Medical tattooing
Genetic disorder in which the risk of breast cancer (especially before age 50) and ovarian cancer is higher than normal. Most cases of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndromes are caused by some mutation (change) in the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene. People with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndromes may also have an increased risk of other types of cancer, including pancreatic cancer, prostate cancer, and melanoma. Also known as HBOC syndrome
- Track 13-1BRCA1
- Track 13-2BRCA2
Topical treatment of operable breast cancer has been "less" over the past few decades, from the introduction of breast-conserving therapy to the validation of sentinel lymph node biopsy, biological surgery or recent research into the omission of radiation-risk cancer. It has evolved into a "many" philosophy Low Breast Cancer.
The goal is to optimize treatment for individual patients based on their ability to predict locally, locally, or systemically recurrent breast cancer, as predicted by multiple molecular markers and a panel of predictive genes.
Without such information, patients are treated according to a wide range of protocols and are often treated more or less than indicated. A highly innovative and promising area of active clinical research is the development of genetic testing to predict the radio sensitivity of tumours. If individual tumours can be tested for radiation response, radiation doses and therapeutic targets can be truly personalized to ensure optimal tumor control while minimizing toxicity and cost.
- Track 14-1Systemic Therapy
- Track 14-2Radiation Therapy
A 62-year-old woman was hospitalized for progressive dysphagia during the three months. The patient lost 8 kg but had no diarrhoea, bloody stools, or abdominal distension. She had no history of malignancy in the patient. Physical examination showed no abnormalities.
- Track 15-1Digestive tract radiograph
- Track 15-2CT scan
- Track 15-3Endoscopy