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Axillary swelling - Differential diagnosis

Right axillary vague swelling in a 21 years old female - no pain . DIAGNOSIS?

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This may be case excess fatty tissue accumulation D/D Axillary tail of breast Lipoma USG will confirm the diagnosis
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D/d 1 accessory breast 2 lipoma
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Axillary swelling Sebaceous cyst Lipoma Advise usg ,FNAC
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SUGGESTIVE OF ACCESSORY AXILLARY MAMMARY TISSUE
Axillary breast / lipoma Sir need to ask her whether it increases in size during her cycles
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Apparently This may be Lipoma DD Axillary breast Needs FNAC
Ddx: lipoma, accessory breast tissue.
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Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude specially thyroid profile and FNAC.
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IT'S A..CASE OF.. AXILLARY SWELLING.. ? CYSTIC SWELLING.. CUTANEOUS CYST.. SEBACEOUS CYST.. ? LIPOMA . . ? ACCESSORY BREAST.. NEED'S.. USG STUDY.. FNAC ..
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This may be case excess fatty tissue accumulation D/D Axillary tail of breast Lipoma USG will confirm the diagnosis
Thanks Dr Salim Merchant
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DD Axillary tail of breast Accessory breast Lipoma Lymphnodes Cystic hygroma Suggest Ultrasound, FNAC
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