Initial breast cancer of the patient. Carrying

Initial consultation to take an anamnesis (the medical case history) related to possible breast cancer of the patient. Carrying out an examination. After all tests are completed, a further consultation is performed to analyse the results, identify potential diseases and give recommendations and prescriptions.By checking the types and numbers of cells in the blood, this test can give an indication of the overall health condition of the body. The test can also provide important clues about the presence of certain health issues such as acute and chronic infections, inflammatory diseases, blood cancer and cancer in other localisations, anaemia, allergies, parasitic and other diseases and other health conditions. Blood tests also can help find potential problems early, when treatments or lifestyle changes may work best.A urine test checks different components of the urine and provides information about the general body condition, as well as potential problems. The test is commonly used to diagnose a urinary tract or kidney infection, to evaluate causes of renal failure, to screen for progression of some chronic conditions such as diabetes mellitus and high blood pressure (hypertension).The primary use of breast ultrasound today is to help determine the nature of the breast abnormalities detected by a physician during a physical exam and to supplement barest cancer screening. It also helps characterise abnormalities seen on mammography.A mammography produces an image of breast tissue on film. Thus, it is used to visualise normal and abnormal structures within the breast. Mammography, therefore, can help in identifying cysts, calcifications, mastitis (breast inflammation), mastopathy (diseases of the mammary gland), normal and abnormal axillary (armpit) lymph nodes and tumours within the breast. It is currently the most efficient screening method to detect early breast cancer as physical examinations typically find breast cancers when they are much larger than those detected by mammography.Fine needle aspiration is a type of biopsy procedure. The sample collected during fine needle aspiration from the abnormally appearing tissue, or body fluid can help determine the nature or diagnosis of the lesion, to plan treatment if necessary or to rule out conditions such as cancer.Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) is a valuable tool in the preoperative assessment of breast masses. Although to differentiate benign from malignant lesions is one of the primary goals of FNAC there are instances where it is not possible. Even though the test shows high accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity one should be aware that it has an element of subjectivity.This biomarker although highly associated with breast cancer is mainly used in combination with another testing to aid physicians in following the course of cancer in patients.