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Case 54 Continued

Yes. Gynecomastia is present bilaterally, more prominent on the right. A small round mass is present in the upper outer right breast, which corresponds to the palpable finding. Any time a mass is seen in a male patient, an ultrasound is indicated. (It is just RARE!)

Case 54 US:

  • What is your assessment?

      a. BI-RADS 2, Benign

      b. BI-RADS 3, Probably Benign

      c. BI-RADS 4, Suspicious




  • Last update: Tuesday, October 8, 2002 at 4:54:24 PM.