Journal d'hématologie et des maladies thromboemboliques

Journal d'hématologie et des maladies thromboemboliques
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ISSN: 2329-8790


A Case Report of 58-Year-Old Female with Breast Cancer after Mastectomy of Left Breast and Axillary Lymph Node Dissection

Harsh R. Umare, Bhagyashree Ganeshpur, Roshan Umate

Breast cancer is Malignment cell growth in the breast. If the cancer isn't treated, it will spread to other parts of the body. Except for skin cancer, the most frequent type of cancer among women is breast cancer. Mammograms can detect breast cancer early, possibly before it has spread. Main symptoms and/or important clinical findings: A 58-year-old female patient registered to the surgery department on 05/10/2021 with the main complaint of pain in the left breast for 1 year and a lump in the left breast for 9 months. Now she came to AVBRH for further treatment of that. The main Diagnosis, therapeutic intervention, and outcomes: The doctor identified a case of cancer of the left breast after a physical examination and all investigations such as blood, FNAC, biopsy, Mammography Colour Doppler USG. For that Doctor advice the surgery and 22/10/2021 mastectomy of the left breast and axillary lymph node dissection was done. Dressing of suturing site. Inj Cefixime 1 Gm BD, Tab. Pan 40 Mg OD, Tab. Dolo 650 Mg Sos, Syp. Orofer Xt 2tsf Bd, Syp. Lupizyme 2tsf BD, Protein Powder 2 Spun TDS, Syp Duphalac 20 Ml Hs, Steam Inhalation TDS, Nebulization with Normal Saline TDS, Tab. Diclomol SP Bd, Tab. Limcee Od, Cap. Because Od, Spirometer for Breathing Exercise, Chest Physiotherapy, all the treatment was taken and the result was fine. Conclusion: She responded to both medicine and physician counseling.