Breast hyperplasia

Mammary gland hyperplasia is the most common breast disease in women, and its incidence is the first among breast diseases. According to the survey, about 70% to 80% of women have varying degrees of mammary gland hyperplasia, which is more common in women aged 25 to 45. Breast hyperplasia refers to the hyperplasia of breast epithelium and fibrous tissue, degenerative lesions and hyperplasia of breast tissue ducts and lobules. The cause of the disease is the imbalance of endocrine hormones.