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Radial Scar/Complex Sclerosing Lesion of the Breast

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Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Radial Scar/Complex Sclerosing Lesion of the Breast

History: 48 year old female for screening mammography.

Findings: A region of architectural distortion was appreciated in the lateral breast on the right. This region was only well seen on the Craniocaudal views.

Dxhow: Stereotactic vacuum assisted core biopsy followed by wire localization/excisional biopsy.

Exam: No palpable lesions

No MeSH data available.


Figure 1: CC view of the right breast with scattered fibroglandular tissue. Focal area of architectural distortion is seen laterally. Lesion was not well seen on MLO view.
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MPX1455_synpic19006: Figure 1: CC view of the right breast with scattered fibroglandular tissue. Focal area of architectural distortion is seen laterally. Lesion was not well seen on MLO view.


Radial Scar/Complex Sclerosing Lesion of the Breast

Seay TMS - MedPix

Figure 1: CC view of the right breast with scattered fibroglandular tissue. Focal area of architectural distortion is seen laterally. Lesion was not well seen on MLO view.
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MPX1455_synpic19006: Figure 1: CC view of the right breast with scattered fibroglandular tissue. Focal area of architectural distortion is seen laterally. Lesion was not well seen on MLO view.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Radial Scar/Complex Sclerosing Lesion of the Breast

History: 48 year old female for screening mammography.

Findings: A region of architectural distortion was appreciated in the lateral breast on the right. This region was only well seen on the Craniocaudal views.

Dxhow: Stereotactic vacuum assisted core biopsy followed by wire localization/excisional biopsy.

Exam: No palpable lesions

No MeSH data available.