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Image IQ: Ultrasound Screening of Dense Breasts

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49-year-old patient presented for bilateral screening mammogram as well as bilateral screening ultrasound due to dense breast tissue.

49-year-old patient presented for a bilateral screening mammogram as well as a bilateral screening ultrasound due to dense breast tissue. On mammography, dense breast tissue was noted and no suspicious masses or calcification were seen in either breast.

What's your diagnosis?

Fibroadenoma
Fat necrosis
Intraductal papilloma
Invasive lobular carcinoma
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