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DCIS with additional areas of non-mass enhancements

nova2022 Member Posts: 1
edited July 2022 in Just Diagnosed

Hi Everyone,

I was diagnosed with intermediate grade DCIS in my left breast (at 12 o'clock) 2 weeks ago. Last week I had an MRI and the following areas were noted as needing additional biopsies:

Left - non-mass enhancement of 2.6 cm in lower outer quadrant. Linear with fast uptake then persistent kinetics.

Left - non-mass enhancement of 6mm in central outer. Focal with fast uptake and persistent kinetics.

Right - non-mass enhancement of 2.1 cm in lower outer quadrant. Focal with fast uptake then persistent kinetics.

I now have an MRI biopsied in 2 weeks, but I am very concerned about the additional NMEs. Particularly that this could be invasive. And 2 weeks is a long time to be this worried

Could anyone provide any guidance or information. Thank you.