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Atypical Hyperplasia

Atypical Hyperplasia - What it is

atypical hyperplasia conditions & treatments

​Atypical hyperplasia is an accumulation of abnormal cells in the breast and it is a risk factor for developing breast cancer.

Atypical ductal hyperplasia is caused by the accumulation of abnormal cells that are similar to the breast duct cells.

Atypical lobular hyperplasia is caused by abnormal cells similar to the breast lobule cells.

There are no known causes.

Atypical Hyperplasia - How to prevent?

Atypical Hyperplasia - Causes and Risk Factors

Atypical Hyperplasia - Preparing for surgery

Atypical Hyperplasia - Post-surgery care

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