Kan 25-hidroksi D vitamini düzeyinin fibrokistik meme hastalığı ve meme yoğunluğu ile ilişkisi

Amaç: Bu çalışmanın amacı kan 25-hidroksi D vitamin seviyesinin memenin fibrokistik kitleleri ve meme paternleri ile olan ilişkisini değerlendirmektir. Gereç ve Yöntem: Çalışmaya 2018-2021 yılları arasında meme şikayeti veya rutin tarama için başvuran, meme ultrasonografi (USG) ve mamografi (MG) tetkiki istenen 612 hasta dahil edildi. Memede fibrokistik kitlesi olanlar (BI-RADS 2-3) grup 1 ve memede kitlesi olmayanlar (BI-RADS 1) grup 2 olmak üzere hastalar iki gruba ayrıldı. Her iki grup; yaş, meme USG, MG sonuçları ve kan 25-hidroksi D vitamin seviyeleri açısından karşılaştırıldı. Bulgular: Çalışmaya dahil edilen kadınların 310 (%51)’da memede fibrokistik kitle tespit edilirken, 302 (%49)’sinin memesi normaldi. Her iki grubun yaş ortalaması benzerdi. Memede fibrokistik kitlesi olanların kontrol grubuna göre D vitamin seviyesi daha düşük ve meme yoğunluğunun daha fazla olduğu tespit edildi. Meme yoğunluğu fazla olan grubun az olan gruba göre D vitamini seviyesinin daha düşük olduğu ve D vitamin seviyesi ile meme yoğunluğu arasında negatif korelasyon olduğu bulundu. Sonuç: Çalışmamızda memesinde fibrokistik kitlesi (BI-RADS2 ve BI-RADS3) olan kadınlarda, memesinde kitle olmayan kadınlara göre meme yoğunluğunun daha fazla ve D vitamini seviyesinin daha düşük olduğu bulundu.

Relationship of blood 25-hydroxy vitamin D level with fibrocystic breast disease and breast density

Purpose: The aim of this study is to evaluate the association of blood 25-hydroxy vitamin D levels with fibrocystic breast masses and breast patterns. Materials and Methods: The study included 612 patients who presented with breast complaints or referred for routine screening between 2018-2021 and were requested to have breast ultrasonography (USG) and mammography (MG) examinations. Patients were divided into two groups; group 1 consisted of women with fibrocystic mass (BI-RADS 2-3) and group 2 consisted of women without breast mass (BI-RADS 1). These two groups were compared by age, breast USG, MG results, and blood 25-hydroxy vitamin D levels. Results: Of the 612 patients, 310 (51%) had fibrocystic mass in their breasts, while 302 (49%) had normal breasts. The mean age of both groups was similar. Those with fibrocystic mass in the breast had lower vitamin D levels and higher breast density than the control group. The group with higher breast density had lower vitamin D levels, and there was a negative correlation between vitamin D level and breast density Conclusion: Our study revealed that women with fibrocystic masses in their breasts (BI- RADS2 and BI-RADS3) had higher breast density and lower vitamin D levels than women without breast mass.


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Kaynak Göster

MLA Bolat, H. , Erdoğan, A. "Relationship of blood 25-hydroxy vitamin D level with fibrocystic breast disease and breast density" . Cukurova Medical Journal 47 (2022 ): 161-168 <
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