mastalgia


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Noun1.mastalgia - pain in the breastmastalgia - pain in the breast      
hurting, pain - a symptom of some physical hurt or disorder; "the patient developed severe pain and distension"
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mas·tal·gi·a

n. mastalgia, V.: mammalgia
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2] These include all non-malignant conditions like fibroadenoma, fibrocystic disease, mastalgia, mammary duct ectasia, sclerosing adenosis, lactational adenoma, benign phyllodes tumour, intraductal papilloma, fibrous disease, blunt duct adenosis, calcification, breast abscess, lactational mastitis, puerperal mastitis, granulomatous lobular mastitis, fat necrosis, tuberculous mastitis, galactocele, gynaecomastia and lipoma.
Sao eles: cefaleia, mastalgia, edema de membros inferiores, colicas, ansiedade, depressao, asma, visao turva, tonteiras, letargia (Appolinario, 2003).
Mastalgia in 3 patients was managed symptomatically with analgesics.
5%) presented with mastalgia, 1 developed dyspepsia while another had dyspareunia.
Mastalgia affects approximately 60-70% women over their lifetime with the potential for the breast pain to interfere with sexual, physical, social, and school activities.
La paciente acudio a consulta por presentar mastalgia, prurito y la presencia de una tumoracion en cuadrante superior externo en porcion retroareolar de la mama derecha.
Manifestaciones clinicas de 45 pacientes con hiperprolactinemia * Manifestacion n % Infertilidad 25 55,6 Galactorrea 19 42,2 Oligomenorrea 16 35,6 Otros trastornos del ciclo menstrual 12 26,7 Cefalea 5 11,1 Amenorrea 4 9,0 Perdida recurrente del embarazo 4 9,0 Mastalgia 4 9,0 Alteraciones de la libido 3 6,6 Trastornos visuales 1 2,0 * Algunas pacientes tenian mas de una manifestacion Tabla 2.
It may present clinically with mastalgia, and the nodular form can present as a palpable mass.
Mastalgia or breast pain (BP) is a common breast disorder with highly variable prevalence estimates ranging from 41% to 79%.
GLA has been found to alleviate psoriasis, atopic eczema and mastalgia, and may also benefit cardiovascular, psychiatric and immunological disorders.
I, like many alternative, orthomolecular, integrative medical doctors, have been prescribing progesterone for women's ills: PMS, dysmenorrhea, fibrocystic breast disease, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, fibroid tumors of the uterus, mastalgia, infertility, miscarriage prevention, and osteoporosis/osteopenia for 40 years since 1975 when I first read the writings of Ray Peat, PhD, reviewing the work of Katrina Dalton, MD, who in 1950s England cured her cyclical migraine headaches with progesterone.