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Image IQ: 53-year-old, BRCA2 Positive, Screening Mammo

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53-year-old BRCA2 positive patient presented for bilateral screening breast MRI.

A 53-year-old BRCA2 positive patient presented for a bilateral screening breast MRI. On MRI, two irregular enhancing masses were detected in the right breast, measuring 12 mm and 4 mm (Figure 1).

Targeted ultrasound was performed and demonstrated two ill-defined, hypoechoic masses in the 3 o’clock area corresponding to the MRI findings (Figures 2, 3). An ultrasound guided needle core biopsy of the larger mass was performed.

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