Intraductal papilloma (galactography)

Case contributed by Dr Mohammadtaghi Niknejad

Presentation

Right nipple bloody discharge.

Patient Data

Age: 70 years
Gender: Female
mammography

The secretory duct of the right breast was cannulated under sterile conditions, and contrast material was injected into the duct. The exposed duct is dilated, and a filling defect with a longitudinal diameter of about 7 mm is visible within.

Case Discussion

A US-guided vacuum-assisted breast mass resection was performed for the intraductal lesion of the right breast, and histopathology evaluation confirmed intraductal papilloma, the most common mass within the milk ducts of the breast.

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