Ok...I have had the ultrasound and have had a mammorgram and it was found to have a few solid lesions surrounding a bigger solid lesion..I have a biopsy in a few days..how many solid breast masses are usually found to be cancerous?
Dear etolleson: There is no way to guess at which lesions (if any) are cancerous. A mammogram and ultrasound can increase or decrease the level of suspicion but a biopsy may be the only way to know for certain. Your doctor may be able to shed some light on this for you - as it relates to your situation.
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