I’m not sure what to make of my report
I was assigned a Birads 4, and without a letter I understand it to mean 23-34%ish. But there’s some unfavourable language in the report so I’m curious as to what anyone else’s take might be.
Findings: On additional mammography cases videos, the asymmetry in the outer right breast persists with lobulated margins. The asymmetry in the posterior outer left breast is effaced, likely overlapping breast tissue.
Complete bilateral breast ultrasound performed.
9 o’clock position 6 cm from the nipple a heterogeneous lobulated hypoechoic nodule with posterior shadowing measuring 1.2 x 0.7 x 0.1 cm.
10:30 o’clock position 5 cm from the nipple a hypoechoic module which appears taller than wider measuring up to 7mm, indeterminate solid nodule versus a complicated cyst.
12 o’clock position 1 cm from nipple a heterogeneous hypoechoic nodule measuring 5mm, focal fat versus intramammary lymph node. It measures up to 5mm. No axillary lymphadenopathy.
9 o’clock position 6 cm from the nipple a simple cyst measuring around 6mm.
2 o’clock position 4 cm from the nipple a benign appearing hypoechoic modular area measuring 8mm, likely focal fat lobule. No axillary lymphadenopathy.
Persistent lobulated asymmetry in the outer right breast. Lobulated hypoechoic nodule at 9 o’clock position could be sonography correlate. Given the constellation of findings, recommend referral to Tertiary Care Centre for ultrasound guided core biopsy. Hypoechoic nodule at 10:30 o’clock position of the right breast, complicated cyst containing debris versus indeterminate solid nodule. It appears slightly taller than wider. This should also be targeted for Radiologist supervised second look ultrasound. Simple cyst in the left breast.