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Case 17 continued

This patient had a known diagnosis of lymphoma at the time this mammogram was taken. If we had not known this, then a breast primary with nodal involvement would have been possible, but we do not see any abnormality on the mammogram that might be a primary tumor. The nodes seen are markedly abnormal, the fatty hila almost completely effaced. This finding would be very unusual for a benign reactive node.

One year later, s/p chemotherapy:

Case 17 FU:

  • What is your assessment?

      a. BI-RADS 1, Normal

      b. BI-RADS 2, Benign

      c. BI-RADS 3, Probably Benign

      d. BI-RADS 4, Suspicious

      e. BI-RADS 5, Highly Suggestive of Malignancy




  • Last update: Thursday, December 6, 2001 at 12:42:23 PM.