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Clinical Case Study: IDC

Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma (IDC)

Description:

Patient with positive family history of breast cancer and ovarian cancer. September 2003 mammogram reported benign micro calcifications. August 2007 patient presented with a palpable mass in lateral aspect of left breast.

PROTOCOL:

1

Mammographic work-up demonstrated a 2.9cm spiculated mass in the 12 o’clock position. Surgical biopsy with path report of IDC Grade 2/3.

Mammogram

2

Bilateral breast MRI requested to evaluate extent of disease prior to treatment.

Mammogram

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Axial MIP

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Oblique MIP

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Sagittal MIP

PATHOLOGY:

Left breast biopsy confirmed infiltrating ductal carcinoma with rare foci of ductal carcinoma in situ. Left axillary node biopsy confirmed metastatic ductal carcinoma.

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