Inclusion cyst in breast tissue

Inclusion cyst in breast tissue

Travina M.L., Popov A.G., Popov S.A., Kulikova E. V.

Cystic changes in the breast are the most frequent pathology diagnosed after a physical examination. Ultrasonography (US) is the most informative technique for detecting cystic disease. Cystic changes are revealed in adults as well as in children and adolescents. The proper results verification of ultrasonography provides an opportunity for both distribution of patients in groups and development of a strategy for further examination and treatment taking into account the risk of further disease progression.
1 - FSBI “Scientific Center for Children Health". Moscow, Russia.
2 - MC “Family world”. Saint Petersburg, Russia.
3 - Saint-Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University. Saint Petersburg, Russia.










Purpose. Systematization of features and the addition to the classification of cystic formations with a view to further distribution of the patients by groups. Materials and methods. The analysis of the different classifications of breast cystic inclusions was conducted. The outcome analysis was conducted on the comprehensive da-taset (patient records and patient management). The study enrolled 22 381 patients aged from 8 to 72 years who received specialized medical care at the Mammology Department of the Scientific Center of Children's Health in the period from 2008 to 2015. Results. Ultrasonography is the most informative method for detection of cystic pa-thology. We proposed additions to the classification of cystic masses on ultrasound Berg. Conclusion. Presented expanded classification system provides determination the need for further investigation using the ultrasound signs and symptoms based on the results of classifying patients into groups for further dispensary observation and treatment.


Keywords: mammalogy, breast cysts, fibrocystic breast disease, ultrasonography, cyst puncture.


Corresponding author: Travina M. L., Этот e-mail адрес защищен от спам-ботов, для его просмотра у Вас должен быть включен Javascript


For citation: : Travina M.L., Popov A.G., Popov S.A., Kulikova E.V. Inclusion cyst in breast tissue. REJR 2017; 7 (1):-. DOI:10.21569/2222-7415-2016-6-2-91-96.

Received: 16.12.2016 Accepted: 18.01.2017