I went for a mammogram and ultrasound
Results: of Mammogram:
Previous history of right breast lumpectomy. Hesterogeneous dense parenchyma.
Popcorn-like calcifications in RUOQ, most likely representin an involuting fibroadenoma
Results of Ultrasound
Well defined hypoechoic lesion with posterior shadowin in th RUOQ, it measures 4.4 x 5.3mm.
Bilateral reactive axillary nodes.
I am 56 years old had previous lumpectomy in both breast. Mother had breast Cancer. Grand Mother had breast cancer. Do I need any futher examinations
This is very good news! there is nothing alarming in your report.
A BI-RADS Category 2 is a "Benign" findings" ( Negative for cancer).Meaning that your breasts are the same size and shape and tissue looks normal.Any cysts,calcifications, fibroadenomas or other masses appear benign.Also your axillary lymph nodes look normal.Congratulation! you have nothing to worry about!This is definite benign findings, just follow routine screening as recommended by your doctor.
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