Biostatistics Evaluation of Women Breast Lesions in Baghdad/Iraq
Keywords:Breast, lesion, tumor, benign, malignant, suspected, ultrasound.
Background: Breast lesions are a basic term for a benign or malignant tumor or bump in the breast. This
study is aimed to evaluate the biostatistics range of the malignant lesions in women breast in Baghdad/Iraq
and compared it with other types of breast lesions by using ultrasound in diagnoses.
Method: The study is done on 1494 of women patients from different ages and screened through six months
in Al-Elwiya Educational Hospital in Baghdad/Iraq, by using ultrasound machine to diagnosis of the breast
lesion type’s and divided it into groups (normal, benign, suspected and malignant).
Conclusion: Our result showed horizontally significant differences (P?0.01),(P?0.05) in groups of (normal,
Begnin, suspected) in percentages about (35.94%), (30.79%), (32.20%) respectively. Except of malignant
group has no significant differences and percentage about (1.07%) throughall months. And vertically
our result showed high significant differences (P?0.01) between all the studied groups (normal, benign,
suspected, and malignant) and percentages was (35.94%, 30.79%, 32.20%, and 1.07%) respectively. That
means there is little case of malignant lesion significantly improved by ultrasound,because all the suspicious
breast lesions detected by ultra-sound should be biopsied in histologic results to confirm or exclude the
presence of malignancy
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