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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

August 2007 left breast mammogram showed large area of abnormality lateral aspect of breast.

Mammogram

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Left CC Mam 

08/07

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Left CC Mam 

09/03

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Left MLO Mam 

08/07

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Left MLO Mam 

09/03

2

August 2007 left breast ultrasound showed mass at 1:00-3:00 position and prominent rounded nodes in left axilla.

MRI

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Left Ultras 1

o'clock

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Left Ultras 2

o'clock

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Left Ultra 3

o'clock

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Left Ultra Axilla

3

August 2007 left breast ultrasound showed mass at 1:00-3:00 position and prominent rounded nodes in left axilla.

Ultrasound

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Sagittal MIP

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Axial MIP

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IDC Lymph

Nodes & Mass

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IDC Mass Extending
to Nipple

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IDC Mass

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IDC Obilique

Lymph Nodes

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IDC Curve

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lDC Color

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lDC Color MIP 

PATHOLOGY:

The Aurora Breast MRI System helped identify Invasive Ductal Carcinoma (IDC)

and Ductal Carcinoma In Situ (DCIS)

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