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24 & 25: Two cases of warts. Most warts give a typical mammographic appearance. The borders are sharply outlined with a multilobulated contour. The air outlining the fine, papillary surface emphasizes its structure. Comment Well-trained technologists are familiar with skin lesions and should always inform the radiologist of their presence. 25 48 Circula/Oval Lesions 26 Asymptomatic 37-year-old woman. First screening examination. Physical Examination A freely movable tumor, 7 x 6 cm, fills the upper outer quadrant of the left breast.
Superficial solitary tumor in the lower lateral quadrant. No associated calcifications. Fig. 12 C: Magnified view of the tumor. Analysis Form: oval Contour: sharply outlined Density: radiopaque and radiolucent co is best seen bined; the radiolucent on the magnified area isview small and (arrow) Size: 20 x 15 mm Conclusion Both history and mammographic appearance indicate a hematoma. This will eventually develop into an oil cyst. Circular/Oval Lesions 13 Age 52. First screening examination, asymptomatic.
Physical Examination Tender, 5 cm, clinically benign retroareolar lesion. Mammography Fig. 17 A: Right breast, detailed view of the cranio-caudal image. There is a solitary retroareolar tumor with no associated calcifications. Analysis Form: oval Contour: extensive halo sign Density: low density radiopaque Size: 5 x 5 cm Conclusion The low-density radiopaque nature of the lesion in combination with an extensive halo sign suggests the mammographic diagnosis of a benign lesion, most probably a cyst.