Article - Benign breast lesions that mimic cancer: Determining radiologic-pathologic concordance - Spiculated breast lesion

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May be caused by both benign and malignant processes, including sclerosing adenosis, postsurgical scar, radial scar, tuberculosis (rare), posttraumatic oil cysts, infiltrating ductal carcinoma, ductal carcinoma in situ (rare), infiltrating lobular carcinoma, and tubular carcinoma. Radiographics. Jul;13(4) Spiculated lesions of the breast: mammographic-pathologic correlation. Franquet T(1), De Miguel C, Cozcolluela R.

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By Nikokasa - 01:30
Spiculated breast lesions may be caused by both benign and malig- nant processes, including sclerosing adenosis, postsurgical scar, radial scar, tuberculosis.
By Yozshugal - 00:47
Mammography is the gold standard for early detection of breast of malignancy include masses with spiculated margins (PPV 81%) and.
By Moogugore - 17:11
1. In patients with invasive breast cancer who underwent surgery, tumor spiculation was detected on mammographic evaluation in all patients.
By Yoran - 22:41
Spiculated margins are a true diagnostic feature of malignancy. There are a sizable number of benign breast masses whose margin appears to be poorly.
By Mazugal - 14:17
Spiculated masses are characterized by lines of varying length and thickness A special case of breast mass is the situation in which one breast is more dense.

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