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From: The diagnostic value of digital breast tomosynthesis with complementary ultrasound in comparison with magnetic resonance imaging in assessment of postoperative changes and locoregional recurrence of breast cancer

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A 53-year-old patient with right breast cancer underwent right conservative breast surgery 5 years ago. a (MLO) view DBT b (CC) view DBT c Ultrasound: Tomosynthesis revealed retro areolar ill-defined area of architectural distortion related to the postoperative bed with micro-calcific foci which proved by ultrasound to be a suspicious ill-defined hypoechoic solid lesion with multiple micro calcific foci, the lesion was categorized as (BIRADS 4).MRI: d Axial T1weighted image e AxialT2 weighted image f STIR g post-contrast subtraction T1 weighted image revealed ill-defined lesion eliciting high signal in T1and low signal in STIR with no appreciable contrast enhancement suggestive of fat necrosis, the lesion was categorized as (BIRADS3). Histopathology revealed DCIS

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