Normal breast MRI - dense breasts

Case contributed by Assoc Prof Craig Hacking


BRCA 2 annual screening.

Patient Data

Age: 30 years
Gender: Female

Extensive fibroglandular dense breasts.

Area of asymmetric density/fullness on the left laterally, four to five o'clock close to the chest wall, spanning approximately 2.5 cm in maximum diameter shows early but progressive enhancement, type 1 enhancement curve.

Few small foci (up to 5 mm) of enhancement in both breasts, spread across the glandular tissue bilaterally, largely unchanged from last year's imaging, without remarkable enhancement pattern.

No suspicious lesion or lymphadenopathy.

Incidental sternalis muscles.

Case Discussion

Case example of normal breast MRI.

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