An asymptomatic old lady went for an Ayurvedic massage when a mass was incidentally detected in her right breast. She had similar lumps in other parts of her body which subsided over a period of time whilst this persisted. She visited the OP to assess the lump. Clinical examination revealed a lump in the superolateral quadrant of right breast with overlying skin retraction. No palpable axillary lymph nodes. The surgeon asked for a sonomammogram for further evaluation.