Pathology for breast abscess is a collection of pus within the breast gland and is a complication of a mammoth breast inflammation. It only occurs in 15% of the cases during lactation, and is much more common in smokers. They present with pain, malaise, fever, and a severe swelling of the breast, usually in its central portion, near the farrow. It is a benign affection but it is necessary to differentiate it from inflammatory breast cancer but it does not respond to medical therapy. Endoscopic examination is of great help to diagnose breast abscesses and to perform drainage ecoguids. Cultivation of the pusulent material of breast abscesses generally reveals the presence of the auricular stafflooking. The classical therapy for breast abscesses is drainage and antibiotic. Medical Therapy - Surgical Technique - Postoperative Information

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