Breast abscess treatment Bangalore


Dr Adarsh M Patil 1 copyDr Adarsh M Patil mbbs ms  Is one of the leading surgeons in Bangalore .15 years of experience in eminent hospitals like Manipal Hospital, Apollo Hospitals and Narayana Hrudalaya in Bangalore.

He has experience of treating numerous breast abscess patients successfully in Bangalore .

He believes in that Patient safety comes first and strives to provide exceptional service to patients.

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What are the types of breast abscess ?

  • Breast abscess in lactating mother (Lactational mastitis)
  • Breast abscess in Non-lactating mother (Nonpuerperal abscesses)

Breast abscess treatment Bangalore

A. Breast abscess in lactating mother (Lactational mastitis)

Lactational mastitis may occur either sporadically or in epidemics.

  • The most common causative organism is Staphylococcus aureus.
  • It presents as a swollen, erythematous, and tender breast; purulent discharge from the nipple is uncommon.
  • In the early cellulitic phase, the treatment is antibiotics. The frequency of nursing or pumping should be increased. Approximately 25% progress to abscess formation.

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  • Breast abscesses occur in the later stages and are often not fluctuant. The diagnosis is made by failure to improve on antibiotics, abscess cavity seen on ultrasound, or aspiration of pus. Treatment is cessation of nursing and surgical drainage.

B. Breast abscess in Non-lactating mother (Nonpuerperal abscesses)

Nonpuerperal abscesses result from duct ectasia with periductal mastitis, infected cysts, infected hematoma, or hematogenous spread from another source.

  • They usually are located in the peri/retroareolar area.
  • Anaerobes are the most common causative agent, although antibiotics should cover both anaerobic and aerobic organisms.
  • Treatment is surgical drainage.
  • Unresolved or recurring infection requires biopsy to exclude cancer. These patients often have a chronic relapsing course with multiple infections requiring surgical drainage.
  • Repeated infections can result in a chronically draining periareolar lesion or a mammary fistula lined with squamous epithelium. Treatment is excision of the central duct along with the fistula once the acute infection resolves. The fistula can recur even after surgery.

 

Dr Adarsh M Patil 1 copyDr Adarsh M Patil mbbs ms  Is one of the leading surgeons in Bangalore .15 years of experience in eminent hospitals like Manipal Hospital, Apollo Hospitals and Narayana Hrudalaya in Bangalore.

He has experience of treating numerous breast abscess patients successfully in Bangalore .

He believes in that Patient safety comes first and strives to provide exceptional service to patients.

  Call Now ! –+91-9972446882 .