A 52-year-old woman presents for diagnostic evaluation of spontaneous left bloody discharge. On full field digital mammography, no suspicious masses or calcifications are seen.
A 47-year-old woman presents for screening mammography and requests a screening breast ultrasound. On mammography, no suspicious masses or areas of calcifications are identified. The breast tissue is extremely dense.
A 42-year-old woman presents for baseline screening mammography and a combination digital breast tomosynthesis study is performed. She has a positive family history for breast cancer.
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An 81-year-old woman presents for a routine screening mammogram (Figure A). The patient is recalled due to a mass seen in the lateral right breast.
A 16-year-old male immigrant from Southeast Asia was brought to the emergency department by EMS after witnessed having a seizure.
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Image 1: CT without contrast
An 85-year-old woman presents for routine screening mammography. She has a positive family history for breast cancer.