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Hello There, I am 34 years

BI-RADS Category 4: Suspicious Abnormality

MAMMOGRAM FINDINGS:
The following mammographic views were obtained: bilateral CC, MLO, CC with
tomosynthesis and MLO with tomosynthesis. Computer-aided detection was
utilized in the interpretation of this examination.
The breast tissue is heterogeneously dense, which may obscure detection of
small masses.
Finding 1: There is an isodense, irregular mass with obscured margins seen
best in the CC view slice 20 in the right breast at 7 o'clock at a posterior
depth. This correlates with the mass seen on the prior ultrasound performed
on 09/22/2021. Ultrasound-guided biopsy is recommended.
In the left breast, no suspicious masses, calcifications or other
abnormalities are seen.
IMPRESSION:
Mass in the 7:00 position of the right breast, 3 to 4 cm from the nipple is
suspicious. An ultrasound guided biopsy is recommended.
BI-RADS Category 4: Suspicious Abnormality
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Hello, welcome to the community.  We're sorry that you received this news from your mammogram but remember that things like this are to rule out cancer.  Most often, this is what happens.  However, in case the tumor is malignant, this is important to know and treat. Have you had the biopsy yet?  Please let us know the latest information.
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Thank you so much Sara. yes I did my biopsy and got good news

PATHOLOGY RESULTS:  Fibroadenoma: Benign: Concordant

The specimen was obtained from the 7:00 position of the right breast
Oh, that is excellent news!  I'm very happy for you. I also am happy you came back to share so that others facing a similar situation have a positive outcome to read. Come back any time to update, share with others or check out our other forums.  peace and the best of health to you
Thank you so much !! :)
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