A Healthy 22-year-old Woman Undergoes A Routine Physical Examination. A Discrete, Firm, Rubbery, Movable Mass Is Found In The Left Breast. She Has No Axillary Lymphadenopathy. The Skin Overlying The Breast And The Nipple Appear Normal.

Which Of The Following Neoplasms Is Most Likely To Be Present?

A Lipoma

B Intraductal Carcinoma

C Malignant Lymphoma

D Fibroadenoma

E Leiomyoma


answer / Explanation:

(d) Correct.

The Description Is That Of A Benign Neoplasm. Fibroadenoma Is The Most Common Benign Neoplasm Of The Breast.