Radiological Case: Primary Breast Lymphoma

Neha Modi, MD; Paulomi Kanzaria, MD


Appl Radiol. 2021;50(4):47-49. 

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Case Summary

A middle-aged female who presented with a palpable mass in the left breast was found to have a small mass in left axilla on examination. There was no evidence of nipple discharge, retraction, skin erythema, or thickening. Patient had a history of hypertension, as well as a right breast mass with benign pathology in adolescence. Prior mammogram reported as BIRADS-2. The patient denied personal and family history of breast or ovarian cancer.