Q: The patient was convinced she had bumped her breast and that the lesion was related to trauma of the breast. This was a common perception among patients 30 years and more ago. Is this true ? Is there evidence to suggest trauma is related to breast tumours ? If not, where does this perception come from ? show answer
Mass lesion left breast: IDC
An 85 year old lady has a palpable mass laterally in the left breast. No previous breast imaging for comparison.
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A poorly defined area of asymmetrical density laterally that was reviewed on ultrasound and confirmed as malignant on biopsy.
Synchronous non-palpable small spiculated density upper outer quadrant right breast that turned out to be a synchronous IDC.
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What do you think the partially calcified lesion in the left breast is ..... ?