In most cases, breast lumps detected by mammography/ultrasound and MRI are non-cancerous..It all depends on how they appear on films.
Suspicious lesions always need to be investigated to rule out cancer.
When we find a lump in our breast,we all fear that it could be malignant,but until the radiologist examines the contour, the character and the edges of the mass,it's really hard to even guess what this little mass in your breast could be.
All I can say is that I wish you the best and I hope the MRI results will reveal benign findings.
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