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==Overview==
 
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Common risk factors in the development of fibroadenoma are [[obesity]], young age, and oral contraceptives.
 
Common risk factors in the development of fibroadenoma are [[obesity]], young age, and oral contraceptives.

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Overview

Common risk factors in the development of fibroadenoma are obesity, young age, and oral contraceptives.

Risk Factors

Common Risk Factors

  • Common risk factors in the development of fibroadenoma include:[1][2][3]
    • Young age (<35 years)
    • Prior history of benign breast disease
    • Overweight females
    • Most patients with multiple fibroadenomas have a strong family history of multiple fibroadenomas
    • Consumption of oral contraceptives before the age of 20

References

  1. Lee M, Soltanian HT (2015). "Breast fibroadenomas in adolescents: current perspectives". Adolesc Health Med Ther. 6: 159–63. doi:10.2147/AHMT.S55833. PMC 4562655. PMID 26366109.
  2. Greenberg R, Skornick Y, Kaplan O (September 1998). "Management of breast fibroadenomas". J Gen Intern Med. 13 (9): 640–5. PMC 1497021. PMID 9754521.
  3. Ajmal M, Van Fossen K. PMID 30570966. Missing or empty |title= (help)

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