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Case 57 Continued

A focal asymmetric density is present in the upper outer quandrant. The density on the MLO view has a rounded contour, suggestive of a mass, but the appearance is much less mass-like on the CC. This patient was recalled for spot compression magnification views.

Case 57 SCM:

  • What is your assessment?

      a. Normal (Superimposition of normal breast structures)

      b. Persistent focal asymmetric density, would perform ultrasound

      c. Persistent focal asymmetric density, Probably Benign

      d. Persistent focal asymmetric density, recommend stereotactic biopsy




  • Last update: Thursday, November 7, 2002 at 5:18:04 PM.