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28 yr female, hard mass upper outer quadrant Rt breast, suspected malignant/Phyllodes/ fibrocystic

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Thanks dear friends, Reported as Granulomatous mastitis compatible with tuberculosis, advised further work up

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H/ O Any Injury. Smears revealed duct epithelial cell cluster with mild atypia admixed with histiocytes, giant cells both foreign body type & touton type along with epithelioid cells & lymphocytes, againt background of adipocytes. Considering its a hard mass with granulomatous picture in a young lady , a possibility of Fat Necrosis may be considered with epithelial atypia.

No H/O injury
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The smear shows ductal epithelial cell admixed with histiocytes and giant cells in the back ground of chronic inflamatory cells with necrosis. Mostly granulomatous mastitis with mild atypia ? Tb ? Fat necrosis

Granulomatous mastitis. Dd. Tbc origin AUTOIMMUNE or idiopathic granulomatous (perilobular) mastitis. Sug.clinical correlation Imaging Excision biopsy Zn smear. CBNAAT from fna material

Thanks dear friends, Reported as Granulomatous mastitis compatible with tuberculosis, advised further work up

Mastitis (granulomatus)

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granulomatus mastitis. CBNAAT DD.fat necrosis

Granulomatous mastitis

Fat necrosis.