Male Breast Diagnostics

breast cancer screening and diagnosis.

Get accurate and early detection of breast cancer

Male breast cancer is a rare cancer that forms in the breast tissue of men. Though breast cancer is most commonly thought of as a disease that affects women, breast cancer does occur in men. Mostly in older men but can occur at a younger age. Men are also born with a small amount of breast tissue. Breast tissue consists of milk-producing glands (most men do not have much of the milk producing glands and therefore most cancers in men develop within the ductal tissue of the breast) and fat.

Men diagnosed with male breast cancer at an early stage have a good chance for a cure.


Signs and symptoms of male breast cancer can include:

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Is male breast cancer common?
No, male breast cancer is rare and accounts for less than 1% of all breast cancer cases.
Who is at risk for male breast cancer?
Risk factors include advanced age, a family history of breast cancer, genetic mutations like BRCA2, hormonal imbalances, and conditions like Klinefelter syndrome.
What are the symptoms of male breast cancer?
Symptoms may include a painless lump in the breast, changes in nipple appearance, skin dimpling, or nipple discharge.
How is male breast cancer diagnosed?
Diagnosis involves physical exams, imaging (like mammograms), biopsies, and sometimes genetic testing.
What is the treatment for male breast cancer?
Treatment options include surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and targeted therapy, depending on the stage and type of cancer.
Can men develop breast cancer if they don't have a family history?
Yes, while a family history increases the risk, men without a family history can still develop breast cancer.
What is gynecomastia?
Gynecomastia is the non-cancerous enlargement of male breast tissue, often caused by hormonal imbalances during puberty, medications, certain health conditions, or aging.
Is gynecomastia common?
Yes, gynecomastia is common, especially during puberty. It can also occur in older men due to hormonal changes.
What are the symptoms of gynecomastia?
Symptoms include breast swelling, tenderness, or firmness, and sometimes nipple discharge.
How is gynecomastia diagnosed?
Diagnosis involves a physical exam, medical history review, and potentially imaging or blood tests to rule out underlying causes.
Does gynecomastia increase the risk of breast cancer in men?
No, gynecomastia itself is not a risk factor for male breast cancer. However, it’s important to monitor any changes in breast tissue.
Does gynecomastia increase the risk of breast cancer in men?
In some cases, gynecomastia may resolve on its own, especially if it’s related to hormonal changes during puberty. However, medical evaluation is recommended.