fibrocystic change

Fibrocystic change of the breast

Fibrocystic change (FCC) is a term used to describe a group of non-cancerous changes that often develop together in the breast. These changes include cysts, fibrosis, apocrine metaplasia, and adenosis. It is a common finding seen in up to 60% of reproductive-aged women. Another name for FCC is fibrocystic disease. What causes fibrocystic change? FCC …
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