37-year-old female with no significant family history of malignancy presents with asymmetric enlargement of the left breast, palpable on physical examination.
45-year-old female with abnormality on routine screening mammogram, underwent breast reduction surgery 2 years prior.
45-year-old woman with nonspecific pelvic pain and fullness, after MRI underwent cystoscopy and biopsy which revealed proliferative cystitis.
25-year-old man presents with progressive lower extremity weakness.
A 30-year-old who has been breastfeeding for three months presents for evaluation of a right breast lump that is nontender and has been present for two weeks.
A 73-year-old male with history of a lung mass on recent chest radiograph presents with headaches.
A 57-year-old female presents for a screening mammogram. The patient has heterogeneously dense breasts. The patient also has a digital breast tomosynthesis study. In the left upper inner quadrant a spiculated mass is seen.
A 47-year-old female presents for her annual screening mammogram. The patient has a history of having “multiple moles,” and is otherwise healthy.
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A 42- year-old female with recent diagnosis of stage III malignant melanoma in her leg presents for evaluation of a palpable right breast lump.
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A 50-year-old female with history of breast cancer presents for CT neck with IV contrast to evaluate for metastatic disease.