PSEUDOANGIOMATOUS STROMAL HYPERPLASIA -BILATERAL BREAST- A CASE REPORT

Dr Rabia Parveen Siddiqui, Dr Vanita Bhaskar, Dr Apurva Agrawal, Dr. Kiranlata Bhagat

Abstract


Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH)is a benign proliferative mesenchymal lesion of the breast[1].  Etiologic factors unknown. It affects any age usually between 12 to 75 years. It is more commonly seen in premenopausal women[1]. It occurs commonly unilaterally and rarely occurs in bilateral  breast.[2]

Differential diagnosis is low grade angiosarcoma, fibroadenoma, myofibroblastoma and mammary hamartoma[1]


Keywords


Bilateral breast, Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia, mesenchymal lesion

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