a 4 day old neonate presented with swelling as seen in photo . give the diagnosis and treatment

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Neonatal Gynecomastia. It's normal for newborn babies (boys and girls) to have swollen, enlarged breasts and/or lumps under the nipple. They're almost always benign and due to exposure to maternal hormones in the womb. The same hormones that cause the mother's breasts to swell and stimulates milk glands can do the same to the baby's breasts.

Apparently neonatal gynaecomastia secondary to maternal hormones Reassurance and no treatment except prophylactic antibiotic

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Neonatal mastauxe Benign It is due to maternal hormone estrogen cut off to tissue after birth results in enlarged beast tissue Treatment is antibiotics to prevent abscess If there is more tender then express the secretion of breast tissue

Neonatal benign mastitis

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SUGGESTIVE OF NEONATAL MASTITIS WITH ABSCESS AND CELLULITIS... DUE. TO SECONDARY. INFECTION@ POSSIBLY STAPH. AUREUS

Congenital gynaecomastia?

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? NEONATAL GYNECOMASTIA.. ? MASTITIS.. NEED'S.. SYMPTOMATIC T/T WITH CLINICAL CORELATION..

Neonatal gynecomastia secondary to maternal hormones... No treatment unless abscess present... Ask parents that do not squeeze the chest... Reassurance to parent

Harmonal effect on Lt breast Mastitis dd Lt breast abscess It will settled down but regular follow up

Neonatal mastitis reassurance.self resolving.no compression or massage to be done.

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