PH12 Female Breast Test Kit
25 vials, incuding flat tray storage box
IMPORTANT NOTE: All LWP kits are being transitioned to a new vial size and storage box. This PH 10 kit has made that transition. In summary the vials are 1cm longer and this kit now comes with a flat tray storage box. For more information please read our update here especially if you have ordered LWP kits in the past.
The energy patterns of various healthy and diseased tissues, e.g. breast, lactating breast, Paget's disease, benign tumours, various cancers, etc.
A benign tumor of glandular and fibrous tissue.
A benign tumor composed of muscular and glandular elements.
PH1203 Breast / Mammary Gland
Glands that produce milk for young.
PH1204 Breast Lactating
Breast actively producing milk.
PH1205 Breast, Cancer In Lymphatics
Breast cancer in lymph vessels.
PH1206 Carcinoma, Medullary
An invasive breast cancer that forms a distinct boundary between tumor tissue and normal tissue (about 5% of breast cancers).
PH1207 Carcinoma, Mucinous / Colloid Carcinoma
A rare breast cancer formed by the mucus-producing cancer cells.
PH1208 Chondromatous Changes
A benign tumor containing the structural elements of cartilage.
Form of breast cancer in which plugs of necrotic malignant cells may be expressed from the ducts.
PH1210 Ductal Carcinoma And Sclerosing Adenosis / Ductal Cancer With Adenofibrosis / Fibrosing Adenomatosis / Fibrosing Adenosis
Cancer of the breast ducts with other benign lesions.
PH1211 Ductal Carcinoma In Situ
Intraductal Carcinoma The most common type of non-invasive breast cancer, is confined to the ducts of the breast.
Common benign breast tumors often too small to feel by hand.
PH1213 Histiocytic Lymphoma
A malignant tumour of reticular tissue.
PH1214 Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma / Invasive Ductal Carcinoma / IDC
The most common type of invasive breast cancer, starting in the cells that line the milk ducts in the breast, grows outside the ducts, and often spreads to the lymph nodes.
PH1215 Intraductal Fibroadenoma
A benign solid growth found in the ducts of the breast.
PH1216 Intraductal Papillomas
Non-cancerous wart-like growths that have grown inside the breast, often involving the large milk ducts near the nipple, causing bloody nipple discharge.
PH1217 Lobular Carcinoma In Situ / Lobular Neoplasia / Non-infiltrating Lobular Carcinoma
Non-invasive cancer that begins in the lobules (the milk-producing glands of the breast).
PH1218 Mastitis, Chronic
Inflammation of breast tissue usually as a result of bacterial infection, most commonly occurring during lactation.
PH1219 Paget's Disease
A form of breast cancer that begins in the milk ducts and spreads to the skin of the nipple and areola; Paget’s disease of the nipple only accounts for about 1% of breast cancers.
PH1220 Papillary Carcinoma
A malignant tumour characterised by the formation of numerous, irregular, finger-like projections of fibrous stroma that is covered with a surface layer of neoplastic epithelial cells.
PH1221 Phyllodes Tumour / Phylloides Tumour
Can be either benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous); develops in the connective tissues of the breast.
PH1222 Scirrhus Breast Cancer
A hard slow-growing malignant tumour having a preponderance of fibrous tissue.
PH1223 Tuberculosis, Breast
Breast showing signs of tuberculosis.
PH1224 Tubular Adenoma
A benign tumour composed of epithelial tissue resembling a tubular gland.
PH1225 Tubular Carcinoma
An invasive breast carcinoma, accounting for about 2% of breast cancer diagnoses.