Effectiveness of Ultrasound-Guided Minimally Invasive Spinotomy in the Treatment of Multiple Small Benign Breast Nodules

Zhu Wu, Zhuo Wang, Qingqing Ye, Rong Fan


Objective: To observe the efficacy of different surgical protocols in the management of multiple benign breast nodules. Methods: Patients diagnosed with multiple benign breast nodules from 2021.4 to 2023.2 were divided into two groups, blank and study groups, each with 51 cases, and treated with conventional open and ultrasound-guided minimally invasive rotational surgery respectively. Results: The study group had better incision diameter and VAS score at 24h postoperatively than the blank group, with significant differences (P < 0.05). Regarding the postoperative complication rate index, the study group vs. the blank group was 3.92% vs. 21.57% (P < 0.05). Conclusion: Minimally invasive spinotomy under ultrasound guidance for the treatment of patients with multiple breast nodules is safe and effective and has the potential to be used universally.


Small Benign Breast Nodules; Ultrasound Guidance; Minimally Invasive Rotational Surgery; Outcome Observation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/aem.v12i1.346


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