Metastatic intramammary lymph node

Dr Henry Knipe and Radswiki et al.

A metastatic intramammary lymph node refers to an intramammary lymph node involved with metastatic or malignant disease.

Radiographic features

Breast ultrasound

Sonographic features that suggest metastatic involvement include.

  • disappearance or loss or central echogenic hilar region
  • marked hypoechogenicity
  • increase in size
  • lobulated outer contours

Breast imaging and pathology
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Article Information

rID: 15273
System: Breast
Section: Gamuts
Tags: stub, cases, refs
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Metastatic intramammary lymph nodes
  • Malignant intramammary lymph node

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