This condition is sclerosing thrombophlebitis of the subcutaneous veins of the anterior chest wall. It is associated with patients who have had breast surgery such as lumpectomy for breast cancer or breast augmentation.
Mar 29, 2018 · An elderly patient was referred to UCL from another hospital for a second opinion of a suspicious lesion in the right kidney. A multi-phase scan protocol included a non-enhanced CT, 60 second and 180 second post-injection phases. It was difficult to characterize whether it was a lesion or a cyst on conventional images because of similar Hounsfield
3 lesions on ultrasound: 2725 (2725 of 12, 514, 21.8%) lesions were screen-detected BI-RADS category 3, and 9789 (9789 of 12,514, 78.2%) lesions were classified by diagnostic ultrasound. We identified patients whose lesions were growing on follow-up ultrasound, and included patients with a pathological confir-
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May 24, 2017 · Quadrant wise drainage Drainage from the 5 “quadrants” towards the axilla and internal mammary chain Palpable + Nonpalpable lesions Axilla (%) IMC (%) UOQ 95.8 10.4 UIQ 93.1 32.4 LOQ 97.7 29.5 LIQ 88.0 52.7 C 100 23.7 UOQ: Upper outer quadrant. UIQ: Upper inner quadrant. LOQ: Lower outer quadrant. LIQ: Lower inner quadrant.
Lesions with a red component carry the highest potential for being premalignant or becoming malignant. Some dentists use additional technologies to look for or characterize suspicious lesions (known as diagnostic adjuncts). It is essential to establish an accurate diagnosis for all such lesions that raise suspicion.
Mammogram finding shows a suspicious spiculated lesion and patient was suggested to go for breast ultrasound as an adjunct to mammogram. Based on the characteristics of the lesion from mammogram and ultrasound examination, radiologist concluded that the lesion found in the right breast fall into BI-RADS category five which is highly suggestive of malignancy.
Sometimes, a patient who has undergone lumpectomy or radiation therapy, or both, for cancer may later present with a suspicious mammogram or physical examination in the region of prior surgery. Some of these patients undergo reexcision of the scar due to the concern for local recurrence, although local recurrence only occurs in 1% of such ...