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Fig. 2 | Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

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From: Comparative study between contrast-enhanced mammography, tomosynthesis, and breast ultrasound as complementary techniques to mammography in dense breast parenchyma

Fig. 2

A 48-year-old patient came for screening. Mammography and DBT revealed spiculated mass in the right upper outer quadrant (ac). CEM showed an intense heterogeneous enhancing mass in the right upper outer quadrant with not circumscribed spiculated margins (d, e). Breast ultrasound showed an irregular ill-defined speculated hypoechoic mass with posterior shadowing (f). The final diagnosis was invasive duct carcinoma

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