Log in to post a reply
Nov 14, 2019 12:12PM
Nov 14, 2019 12:17PM
Djmammo, thanks for taking a look. My last Mammo & MRI were January of 2018.
US BREAST BILATERAL: 11/13/2019. BI-RADS:0
CLINICAL: 36 year old Female for Bilateral Diagnostic Breast U/S. Tyrer-Cuzick lifetime risk of 21.8%. Current reported family history of breast cancer: mother. The patient reports a palpable abnormality in the right breast.
PRIOR EXAMS: Mammograms(s). Breast MRI exam(s).
ULTRASOUND TECHNIQUE: Doppler used. Ultrasound exam of whole breast performed.
Right: Upper Outer at 10:00, 2 cm from nipple, measuring 11x6x11 mm: there is a simple anechoic cyst present.
Left: Lower Outer at 4:00, Retroareolar, measuring 3x3x4 mm: there is no area of shadowing measuring about 4mm in the 4:00/subareolar region of the left breast. On previous mammograms, there is no macrocalcification to correspond to this finding.
At this time, a diagnostic left mammogram should be performed.
Left: Upper Inner at 10:00, 1 cm from the nipple, measuring 7x3x8 mm there is a simple anechoic cyst.
Left: There appears to be a few additional sub centimeter benign cysts in the left breast.
In the left breast 4:00 position there is a heterogeneous mixed echogenicity tissue, which appears contiguous with the heterogeneous retroareolar tissue.
Needs additional imaging evaluation.
Further evaluation with diagnostic mammography