Fibroadenoma is the most common tumour of the breast. It occurs in 25 percent of asymptomatic women, usually with a peak incidence in early reproductive life between the ages of 15 and 35.
Fibroadenoma is conventionally regarded as a benign tumour of the breast, and is thought to represent a harmless overgrowth of breast tissue. It is hormone-dependent and may enlarge during pregnancy, and involutes (shrinks) with the rest of the breast after menopause.
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