33yr female with breast lump 2x2cm 6 month. Aspirates for openion please. AFB not found and CBNAAT was negative.

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Granulomatous lesion non tubercular type.. Accompanied by mastitis foreign body reaction and other relevant causes.. What about history of breast feeding..pregnancy

granulomatous mastitis

Granulomatous mastitis

Granulomatous lesion

I also think this is a granulomatus lesion. But aspirated smears shows no AFB and CBNAAT was negative. Now what to do? Reaspirate for AFB & CBNAAT?

Apart from tb Idiopathic/autoimmune perilobular mastitis is a well known entity. Pls go for biopsy.
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Granulomatous mastitis. ?AUTOIMMUNE ?Tbc Sug.clinical correlation ZN STAIN OF FNA SMEARS TB IGRA CB NAAT FROM FN ASPIRATE N EXCISION BIOPSY

Granulomatous mastitis , clinical work up

Granulomatous lesion(Giant cells , inflammatory cells, epithelioid like cells) AFB status?? tubercular etiology

Tuberculosis?

Granulomatous lesion. However, clinical evaluation and work up for Koch's for needful.

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