A papilloma in a large cyst of the breast
Intracystic lesions of the breast prove to be benign more often than malignancy, most intracystic lesions are benign papillomas. Generally sizes of cysts that contain papilloma are small. Relatively cysts that contain papillary carcinoma are large. A papilloma in a large cyst of the Breast is rare.

Published in the International Journal of Surgery Case Reports, the authots present a rare case of a papilloma in a large cyst of the breast that presented a painless palpable mass.

A 53-yr-old woman noticed palpable mass in her right breast. Ultrasonography indicated a 7 × 7 cm sized large cyst. There is a 2 × 2.5 cm sized hyper-echoic, polypoid mass in the cyst. On fine-needle aspiration was not obtained malignant cells. Excisional biopsy was done. Pathologic finding was papilloma.

Learning Points:-
• A papilloma in a large cyst of the breast very rarely occurs.
• Although the size of the cysts with intracystic growths is large, it may be a benign tumor.
• Therefore, excisional biopsy should be performed before cancer surgery such as mastectomy to manage the cysts with intracystic growths.

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