Ultrasound examination – Breast ultrasound in London.

Breast ultrasound - the course of the examination

The indications for breast ultrasound examination are:

  • Pain, inflammation of the breast
  • Changes felt during self-examination and touching the breasts
  • Discharge from the nipples
  • Follow-up examination and continuation of previously performed examinations of the identified benign lesions
  • Family history of breast cancer
  • Carrier of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy

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    Breast Cancer

    Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. The mainstay of breast cancer prevention is maintaining a healthy weight, limiting alcohol consumption, avoiding smoking and limiting the use of hormone replacement therapy. Regular breast examinations in order to detect diseases at an early stage also play a fundamental role. During self-examination of the breast, breast tumors can be detected by palpation. It is also recommended to be examined by a doctor or by imaging tests (mammography, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging).

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    Breast self-examination

    It is important for women to get into the habit of examining their breasts as soon as possible. Observe and control your breasts, for example in front of a mirror or in the shower. You can independently and properly perform a breast self-examination while standing in front of the mirror, raise your arms high to see if you can see the shape of the breast, or if the skin is discolored, wrinkled or tight. Check that there is no fluid leaking from the nipple.

    While bathing, place your left hand on the back of your head and your right hand on your left breast. Gently press your three middle fingers to form a small circle along the breast, then press from top to bottom. Repeat the same steps for the right breast. Remember, not every lump you find is cancer, but you should show every lump to an expert. If you feel uncomfortable, be sure to see a doctor.

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