Breast lumps are the most common presentation in breast cancer. Most breast lumps however are benign or non-cancerous. They can either be a solid nodule or fluid-filled cyst. Most benign breast lumps do not need any sort of treatment.

Our doctors can tell if a lump/cystis cancerous by removing a small sample of tissue or cells from it, via biopsies or aspirations.

Some Of These Minor Procedures Can Be Done In-Clinic.

  • Fine-needle aspiration cytology

  • Aspiration of cysts and breast abscess

  • Image-guided Biopsies of breast lumps, lymph nodes or microcalcifications

  • Drainage of superficial breast abscesses

  • Excisions of nipple/ areolar papilloma