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Mammogram showed lesions in right breast with lobulated margin, mixed echogenic lession seen in upper central quadrant. Advice?

hello,i am 41yearsmy rightbrest presence of lession with lobulated margin in outer central quadrant linear calcification noted with lession.on u.s.g 2.6*1.1cm sized lobulated hypoechoic lesion seen central quadrant at 7 to 8o clock position.linear calcification noted with lesion small cystic area also noted with mammography another 1.18o.6 cmsized mixed echogenic lession seeninuppercentral qudrant at 12 oclock position.left brestalso has 2 small ecogenic lessions please give meyour advice
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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Clacifications are seen in non cancer and cancer patientsnof breast.
Radiologist should be very experienced to differentiate these.
The best way and the definitive way to diagnose this is to get a biopsy of larger lesion.
As there are multiple nodules,it looks like fibroadenosis,a benign condition.
Wish you good health
Answered: Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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