A case of subareolar abscess in the male breast: Usefulness
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Subareolar abscess in the male breast is extremely rare. The main concern with this condition is performing the differential diagnosis, since clinically it often resembles breast cancer.

Case Report: A 30-year-old male presented with pain and swelling of the left breast. Physical examination revealed a 3.0x3.0 cm palpable lump with redness of the skin in the left subareolar region. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan showed a ring-enhancing mass without wash out with central necrosis below the left nipple, suggesting subareolar abscess. A core needle biopsy was performed, and histological findings revealed granulation tissue with the infiltration of numerous neutrophils, a finding that was compatible with subareolar abscess...

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