Intraductal papilloma

What is Intraductal papilloma?

A small, often nonpalpable, benign papilloma arising in a lactiferous duct and frequently causing bleeding from the nipple.

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A lump is the left side breast bleeding. As shown in the photo, The purple part is not the problem, the lump is just beneath the nipple. The type B...

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Seems intraductal papilloma.

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I am diagnosed with intraductal pappiloma in my left breast and its benign,i experience spontaneous discharge from my left breast (yellow...

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These are age related degenerative changes.Generally do not turn cancerous.

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