patients that are not expectant. However, patients below 30 years best suit the US because she is not exposed to radiations and also, the possibility of fibroadenoma is high. Ranking of the differential diagnosis Another differential diagnosis is the skin inflammation that might be as a result of abscesses and mass in the breast. Most women that have breast mass are likely to have breast cancer. The masses can affect any breast tissue like the duct, the lobules, and the overlying skin. Fibrocystic is the common breast mass as indicated by routine autopsy. However, inflammatory carcinoma is aggressive and has the worst prognosis (Balleyguier, et al 2015). Test selection In test selection, several tests can be selected to evaluate breast burns. First, the doctor can carry out a clinical exam on the patient's breast. He/she can check for any changes in the chest by observing the lymph nodes, the neck and the arms of the patient. The doctor will listen to the heart and lungs and determine if other conditions in the chest and abdomen are the causes of the pain. If the results do not show any unusual circumstances, no additional tests would be carried out.
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- Spring '19
- Breast burn , Burns