Mastalgia: diagnóstico y manejo clínico

  • Diego José Ardila Ardila Universidad Industrial de Santander

Resumen

Mastalgia como entidad clínica es el dolor mamario de mayor intensidad que el dolor mamario premenstrual sin acompañarse de ningún otro síntoma. Afecta el 70% de las mujeres en su vida. Se clasifi ca en cíclico y no cíclico según se asocie o no con el ciclo menstrual. Existen factores asociados como la nicotina, la terapia de reemplazo hormonal y los anticonceptivos orales. El tratamiento se debe basar en la educación. (MÉDICAS UIS 2007;20(2):105-10).

PALABRAS CLAVE: Mama. Enfermedades mamarias. Enfermedad fi broquística de la mama. Quiste mamario.

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Biografía del autor/a

Diego José Ardila Ardila, Universidad Industrial de Santander
Estudiante Medicina. Universidad Industrial de Santander.

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Publicado
2007-08-02
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