Breast on a man

Gynecomastia, the benign enlargement of male breast tissue, is a common occurrence in adolescents as well as in middle-aged and older men. While there are several reasons why men develop breast tissue, it is usually not a health concern, often resolves on its own, and is generally treatable, according to a clinical practice article appearing in the September 20 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine NEJM. The clinical practice article, a regular NEJM feature that focuses on a case history highlighting a common clinical problem, was authored by Glenn D. Braunstein, M.
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What Is Breast Cancer in Men?

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Male Breast Cancer - Breast Cancer in Men | Susan G. Komen®

Breast cancer is not limited to women; men also have breast tissue. About 1 percent of breast cancer cases occur in men. While this is a small number, it is still a serious issue that requires medical attention. Dealing with breast issues can be a source of discomfort and embarrassment for most men, and the need for a breast exam is often overlooked. Evaluation of the breast is the same for men and women, and the prognosis is similar. At the Breast Clinic at Virginia Mason, in Seattle, we are experienced at dealing with male breast symptoms and the issues that come along with them. Gynecomastia means enlargement of the male breast and is the most common cause of a breast mass in a man.
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Male Breast Cancer

The male breast is much smaller than its female counterpart, and it cannot produce milk. Because of this smaller size and simpler structure, breast disease is much less common in men than women. Still, men can develop important breast problems, both benign and malignant.
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All people, whether male or female, are born with some breast cells and tissue. Even so, male breast cancer is very rare. Breast cancer in men is usually detected as a hard lump underneath the nipple and areola. Anyone who notices anything unusual about their breasts, whether male or female, should contact their physician immediately.
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