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Fig. 3 | Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

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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 51-year-old patient with right sided breast cancer underwent conservative breast surgery 5 years ago. a DBT: (MLO) b (CC) view DBT c Ultrasound. Tomosynthesis revealed well-defined partially circumscribed lesion, complementary ultrasound revealed well-defined hypoechoic partially cystic partially solid lesion, the solid competent shows internal vascularity, the lesion was categorized as (BIRADS 4). MRI: d Axial T1 weighted image e Axial T2 weighted image f STIR g post-contrast subtraction T1 weighted image proved to be well-defined cystic lesion with internal solid nodule eliciting high signal in TI and low signal in T2 and STIR and faint post-contrast enhancement, the lesion was categorized as (BIRADS 4). Histopathology revealed intracystic papillary neoplasm

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