Hypoechoic Nodule in Breast?

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Hypoechoic nodule is a term that is normally used to refer to black spot in the human breast. It is seen as a form of cell diffentiation and is one of the signs that are normally looked for when testing for breast cancer.
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These nodules are probably cysts - can be proved by needle biopsies - and if so are hardly dangerous. Are there any thyroid hormonal lab. tests showing any thyroid dysfunction and
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Not Medical Advice: A breast nodule has two chief causes: benign breast disease and cancer. Less than 20% of breast nodules are malignant.
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