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Mechanism Of Cystic Mass On Each Side Of Axillary Region Of 7-days Postpartum Women. Physiologic Or Pathologic Change?

Hi, i am currently studying medicine. I would like to ask about the mechanism of strawberry sized, cystic mass one on each side of axillary region of 7-days postpartum women. The masses are (-) tenderness and (-) erythema . Are they physiologic or pathologic changes happen to postpartum women? Thank you.
Tue, 22 May 2012
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Some dermal infection not due to preg
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Mechanism Of Cystic Mass On Each Side Of Axillary Region Of 7-days Postpartum Women. Physiologic Or Pathologic Change?

Some dermal infection not due to preg