Radiological Case: Incidental Atypical Sclerosing Papilloma Within a Radial Scar on Digital Breast Tomosynthesis

Susan N. Samreth, MS; Kimberly A. Fitzpatrick, MD; Lauren G. Lebeau, MD; Wendy S. MacKerricher, MD; Marisa H. Borders, MD


Appl Radiol. 2017;46(7):44-47. 

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Case Summary

A 39-year-old female presented to the breast imaging center with a three-week history of a new, non-tender, palpable right breast lump at 12:00. The patient was pre-menopausal and had no personal or family history of cancer. Baseline bilateral diagnostic mammography and ultrasound were performed for further evaluation.