Breast duct papillomas are benign lesions that are noncancerous tumors originating in a milk duct in the breast. The tumors are collection gland, fibrous tissue, and blood vessels. This condition is usually seen in women of ages between 35 and 55. A single tumor usually grows in large milk ducts, usually near the nipple, known as solitary intraductal papilloma. The condition of cluster formation of intraductal papillomas is known as papillomas, which has a higher risk for breast cancer.
Some of the symptoms of breast duct papilloma
A lump in the breast
Pain in the breast
When should you consult a doctor?
Consult a doctor if you have signs of breast duct papilloma. Early diagnosis and treatment may help in quick recovery.