Liponecrosis may suggest carcinomas both clinically and mammographically. It is usually due to previous surgery or radiation therapy, or may occur after an accidental injury to the breast (traumatic liponecrosis).
PREGNANCY AND LACTATION INFLAMMATION
The breast is usually affected in the 2nd-3rd week of lactation.
SUPERFICIAL VEIN THROMBOPHLEBITIS (MONDOR’S DISEASE)
It is due to swelling of the breast from thrombophlebitis, physical exercise or breast surgery. This type of phlebitis subsides after weeks or months.