I Have Hypoechoic Sol Seen In Subareolar Region Measuring 0.8*0.6.in Right Breast And Hypoechoic Sol Seen In Inner Quadrant Measuring 1.5*1.3 In Left Breast.lymph Node Seen In Left Axilla.
Originally asked by Community Member Nilima Daga
I Have Hypoechoic Sol Seen In Subareolar Region Measuring 0.80.6.in Right Breast And Hypoechoic Sol Seen In Inner Quadrant Measuring 1.51.3 In Left Breast.lymph Node Seen In Left Axilla.
Nilima, this sounds like a preliminary report from an ultrasound. Hopefully a doctor has contacted you and explained what the next steps are. In plain terms, the report states the ultrasound has identified a lesion (an area of differing tissue density) in your right breast, and another in your left breast, both fairly small; and that one of the lymph nodes under your arm is enlarged for some reason.
Now, chances are this is NOT cancer, but rather fibrocystic change, a benign condition that’s often the cause of unidentified lumps in the breast. Still, the only way to find out for sure is to pursue the testing until a final diagnosis is made. So call your doctor and ask about these results, OK? Good luck- PJH
You should know Answers to your question are meant to provide general health information but should not replace medical advice you receive from a doctor. No answers should be viewed as a diagnosis or recommended treatment for a condition.
Answered by: PJ Hamel