Clinical Breast Imaging: A Patient Focused Teaching File, 1st Edition

Patient List

Chapter 1: My Aunt Minnie

PATIENT 1:    Neurofibromatosis

PATIENT 2:    Seborrheic keratoses

PATIENT 3:    Lymph nodes

PATIENT 4:    Fibroadenolipomas

PATIENT 5:    Lipomas

PATIENT 6:    Oil cysts

PATIENT 7:    Oil cysts

PATIENT 8:    Oil cysts, reduction mammoplasty

PATIENT 9:    Fibroadenomas, popcorn calcifications

PATIENT 10:    Fibroadenomas, popcorn calcifications

PATIENT 11:    Fibroadenomas, developing calcifications

PATIENT 12:    Fibroadenoma, coarse calcifications

PATIENT 13:    Vascular calcification

PATIENT 14:    Vascular calcification

PATIENT 15:    Large rodlike calcifications

PATIENT 16    Milk of calcium

PATIENT 17:    Dystrophic calcifications

PATIENT 18:    Fibroadenoma, coarse, dystrophic calcifications

PATIENT 19    Skin calcifications

PATIENT 20:    Implant rupture

PATIENT 21:    Implant rupture

PATIENT 22:    Collapsed saline implant

PATIENT 23:    Implant rupture

PATIENT 24:    Hair

PATIENT 25:    Artifact, Desitin

PATIENT 26:    Hickman catheter cuff

PATIENT 27:    Retained wire fragment

PATIENT 28:    Retained needle tip

PATIENT 29:    Skin folds craniocaudal views

PATIENT 30:    Skin folds, mediolateral oblique views

PATIENT 31:    Sternalis muscle

PATIENT 32:    Nail crimp

PATIENT 33:    Finger prints

PATIENT 34:    Poor film screen contact

PATIENT 35:    Nipple rings

PATIENT 36:    Static

PATIENT 37:    Deodorant

PATIENT 38:    Parasites, calcified

PATIENT 39:    Pectoral lipoma

PATIENT 40:    Keloids

PATIENT 41:    Shrapnel, bullet fragments

Chapter 2: Screening

PATIENT 1:    Technical issues, posterior nipple line

PATIENT 2:    Normal variant, global parenchymal asymmetry

PATIENT 3:    Normal mammogram, pseudolesion

PATIENT 4:    Normal mammogram, pseudolesion

PATIENT 5:    Normal variant, focal parenchymal asymmetry

PATIENT 6:    Fat necrosis, postoperative distortion

PATIENT 7:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified

PATIENT 8:    Ductal carcinoma in situ

PATIENT 9:    Invasive ductal carcinoma with tubular features

PATIENT 10:    Effects of weight loss

PATIENT 11:    Invasive ductal carcinoma not otherwise specified

PATIENT 12:    Invasive ductal carcinoma not otherwise specified

PATIENT 13:    Arterial and large rodlike calcifications

PATIENT 14:    Invasive mammary carcinoma, apocrine type

PATIENT 15:    Normal mammogram, pseudolesion

PATIENT 16:    Ductal carcinoma in situ

PATIENT 17:    Normal variant, focal parenchymal asymmetry

PATIENT 18:    Invasive lobular carcinoma

PATIENT 19:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified

PATIENT 20:    Invasive ductal carcinoma with apocrine features

PATIENT 21:    Reduction mammoplasty

PATIENT 22:    Edema, congestive heart failure

PATIENT 23:    Arterial, large rodlike and dystrophic calcifications

PATIENT 24:    Tubular carcinoma, lesion triangulation

PATIENT 25:    Global parenchymal asymmetry secondary to surgery

PATIENT 26:    Invasive lobular carcinoma

PATIENT 27:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, grade I with metastasis to axilla

PATIENT 28:    Synchronous, bilateral breast cancers

PATIENT 29:    Changes following implant removal

PATIENT 30:    Normal variant, focal parenchymal asymmetry

PATIENT 31:    Invasive ductal carcinoma with prominent lobular features

PATIENT 32:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified

PATIENT 33:    Invasive lobular carcinoma

PATIENT 34:    Normal mammogram, global parenchymal asymmetry

PATIENT 35:    Invasive mammary carcinoma, micropapillary type

PATIENT 36:    Invasive ductal carcinoma with mucinous features

PATIENT 37:    Ductal carcinoma in situ

PATIENT 38:    Normal mammogram, global parenchymal asymmetry

PATIENT 39:    Invasive ductal carcinoma not otherwise specified; cyst

PATIENT 40:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified

PATIENT 41:    Synchronous bilateral breast cancers

PATIENT 42:    Poland's syndrome

PATIENT 43:    Edema, congestive heart failure

PATIENT 44:    Mondor's disease, varix, healed

PATIENT 45:    Cysts

Chapter 3 Diagnostic Breast Imaging

PATIENT 1:    Complex fibroadenoma; use of spot compression and rolled views

PATIENT 2:    Invasive ductal carcinoma with tubular features, use of spot tangential view

PATIENT 3:    Mucinous carcinoma, use of ultrasound

PATIENT 4:    Ductal carcinoma in situ; use of double spot compression magnification views

PATIENT 5:    Invasive mammary carcinoma with apocrine differentiation, use of spot compression views

PATIENT 6:    Complex fibroadenoma and metaplastic carcinoma, lesion location and triangulation

PATIENT 7:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified, use of spot tangential view

PATIENT 8:    Invasive ductal carcinoma not otherwise specified, axillary lymph node dissection and sentinel lymph node biopsy

PATIENT 9:    Hematoma, post-traumatic changes

PATIENT 10:    Lactational adenoma

PATIENT 11:    Granular cell tumor

PATIENT 12:    Mucinous carcinoma

PATIENT 13:    Papillary carcinoma

PATIENT 14:    Abscess (peripheral)

PATIENT 15:    Synchronous bilateral invasive lobular carcinomas

PATIENT 16    Medullary carcinoma

PATIENT 17:    Mastitis

PATIENT 18:    Cyst

PATIENT 19:    Fibromatosis (extraabdominal desmoid)

PATIENT 20:    Ductal carcinoma in situ

PATIENT 21:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified

PATIENT 22:    Gold in axillary lymph nodes

PATIENT 23:    Gynecomastia

PATIENT 24:    Complex sclerosing lesion

PATIENT 25:    Fibrocystic complex with milk of calcium

PATIENT 26:    Invasive lobular carcinoma

PATIENT 27:    Changes related to a portable catheter (Port-A-Cath)

PATIENT 28:    Cat scratch disease

PATIENT 29:    Diabetic fibrous mastopathy

PATIENT 30:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified in male patient

PATIENT 31:    Trauma

PATIENT 32:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified, neoadjuvant therapy

PATIENT 33:    Tubulolobular carcinoma

PATIENT 34:    Ductal carcinoma in situ

PATIENT 35:    Galactocele

PATIENT 36:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified

PATIENT 37:    Fibroadenoma

PATIENT 38:    Sclerosing adenosis

PATIENT 39:    Lipoma and cyst

PATIENT 40:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified

PATIENT 41:    Columnar alteration with prominent apical snouts and secretions

PATIENT 42:    Tubular adenoma

PATIENT 43:    Metaplastic carcinoma

PATIENT 44:    Multiple peripheral papillomas

PATIENT 45:    Lymphoma, left axilla

PATIENT 46:    Metastatic lung carcinoma

PATIENT 47:    Fat necrosis

PATIENT 48:    Sebaceous cyst, inflamed

Chapter 4: Management

PATIENT 1:    Fat necrosis, post surgical

PATIENT 2:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified

PATIENT 3:    Multicentric disease: invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified and ductal carcinoma in situ

PATIENT 4:    Invasive ductal carcinoma, not otherwise specified, correlation of mammographic and sonographic findings

PATIENT 5:    Abscess (subareolar)

PATIENT 6:    Cyst

PATIENT 7:    Cyst

PATIENT 8:    Cyst, enlarging

PATIENT 9:    Fat necrosis

PATIENT 10:    Intracystic papillary carcinoma

PATIENT 11;    Papillomas, nipple discharge

PATIENT 12:    Ductal carcinoma in situ, nipple discharge

PATIENT 13:    Multicentric disease, use of MRI

PATIENT 14:    Fibroadenoma, enlarging

PATIENT 15:    Phyllodes tumor

PATIENT 16:    Mucocele-like lesion and papilloma

PATIENT 17:    Atypical ductal hyperplasia, ductal carcinoma in situ apocrine type

PATIENT 18:    Atypical ductal hyperplasia

PATIENT 19:    Ductal carcinoma in situ

PATIENT 20:    Columnar alteration with prominent apical snouts and secretions and associated atypia and atypical lobular hyperplasia

PATIENT 21:    Complex sclerosing lesion

PATIENT 22:    Complex sclerosing lesion and adenosis tumor

PATIENT 23:    Multiple peripheral papillomas and ductal carcinoma in situ

PATIENT 24:    Atypical ductal hyperplasia

PATIENT 25:    Sclerosing adenosis

PATIENT 26:    Ipsilateral breast tumor recurrence

PATIENT 27:    Invasive ductal carcinoma not otherwise specified, metastasis to axilla, neoadjuvant therapy and postoperative seroma

PATIENT 28:    Breast bud development

PATIENT 29:    Cyst, pneumocystogram

PATIENT 30:    Ductal carcinoma in situ

PATIENT 31:    Dystrophic calcifications; approaches to preoperative wire localizations

PATIENT 32:    Preoperative wire localization, inadvertent repositioning of wires

PATIENT 33:    Preoperative wire localization: bracketing the lesion

PATIENT 34:    Skin calcifications, skin localization



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