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What does black spot on mammogram indicate

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doctor1 MD

Hi Doctor: One year ago my mammogram revealed a spot. They called me back did numerous more mammograms/spot compression and ultrasound and got rid of the spot. Told me to come back in one year. I just ...

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which I don t know what a Tomo test is. I have so much anxiety at this time. Last year they found a spot and did a spot compression and said it was gone. I am so afraid this could be cancer and what ...

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Hi I have a small spot discharge from one of my nipples have had breast mama gram and ultrasound a spot sample of fluid sent to pathology and a breast check by specialist all say okay the discharge ...

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My mammogram returned a "focal asymmetry" in the right breast. I am 59; no history of breast or other cancer. Going back for another mammogram tomorrow. Never heard of this before. What is it? Thank ...

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I was told I had a 1.2 cm lobulated mass with vascularity present, biopsy showed no evidence of malignancy or atypia . Yet my doctor referred me to a vascular surgeon for a second opinion . Is this normal?

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Routine mammogram done last week came back with focal asymmetry in left breast. Spot compression is recommended. Going tomorrow for spot compressions. I have had 3 biopsies (all benign) and fibroadenoma removal ...

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i am almost 64 years old and just had a mammogram. Asymmetry and calcifications were found in upper, outer quadrant left breast. Recommendation is for special view mammogram of left breast with spot ...

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I have a history of breast cancer and had a lumpectomy in June of 2014. I had a mammogram today and was told that I have a spot in the breast near the lumpectomy incision which the radiologist described ...

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mammogram two days ago and noticed on the screen a black round spot (quite large). I have finished breast ... very anxious about the black spot on the mammogram screen and am not seeing a breast consultant ...

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I had a mammogram done on 6/9 and the examination showed an area that is probably benign but they want additional imaging to confirm the impression. So they want a spot compression done on the left ...

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To make a long story short, I had swollen lymph nodes under left arm. Had dionostic mammogram found like three spots so did biopsy and the Doctor just came in and said it wasn t cancer. (Which is great ...

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one being a mastectomy. Went for a diagnostic mammogram of the remaining breast and there was a spot on a vein, and have been called back for further mammograms. What is this? ...

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My annual screening mammogram shows interval development of architectural distortion in the right ... the mammogram and didn t feel anything suspicious. Since this finding is in the anterior third of the breast ...

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I had my yearly mammogram last Friday. Outside of some hormonal tenderness, my breasts are healthy, but dense. Although most mammograms are uncomfortable, they are never painful for me, but this one on Friday ...

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Today, during my mammogram, I was told that the radiologist found a few specks in my right breast and am scheduled to have biopsy next week. Will the biopsy help remove those specks or just tell them ...

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doctor1 MD

HI If any family history of Breast cancer is there then better do it as early as possible . If it's not there then you can start from 35 and keep doing every 3 years once .