Intramammary lymph node - left breast
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This lesion was described as an intramammary lymph node. This one has a fatty hilum.
The position and appearance is typical of an intramammary lymph node. They are mostly seen in the upper outer quadrant of the breast and typically are well defined, smoothly circumscribed lesions of low density with a hilum or a fatty deposit. These nodes are usually stable in position and size with follow up.
If the lesion is dense and spiculated it is not a lymph node.