Cystosarcoma phyllodes of the breast (CSPB)

    Clinical history: 32-year old woman with a right breast mass   Diagnosis: Cystosarcoma phyllodes of the breast (CSPB)   Imaging techniques: Non-contrast MR imaging of the bilateral breasts was performed on a 3T MR system (Skyra, Siemens). (A) Axial T1-weighted TSE (TR/TE 626/8.1), (B) axial T2-weighted TSE with Dixon fat suppression (TR/TE 3700/101ms), […] [...]

Silicone lymphadenopathy

A 69 year old female patient with subcutaneous mastectomy and inlay-reconstruction due to invasive lobular carcinoma on the right side ten years ago, presenting now for follow up MR-mammography. The patient was free of complaints. An external rupture of the silicon-inlay was known. [...]

Invasive lobular carcinoma

A 41 year old female patient presented with a new palpable mass in the left upper lateral quadrant. In regards to the patient’s family history, her mother developed breast cancer at 40 years of age, her sister at 38 years of age and her aunt at 30 years of age. On the mammogram, extensive dense breast parenchyma was noted on both sides, corresponding to an ACR4 classification, and thus a limited evaluation. On the basis of this exam alone, no tumor or architectural disorder could be detected. Due to the patient’s family history additional MR-Mammography was performed for further evaluation. [...]

Intraductal papillary carcinoma

A 69 year old female patient with hemorrhagic nipple discharge on the left side. Clinical assessment revealed no palpable mass, and no signs of inflammation. Mammography and ultrasound were within normal limits. [...]

Intraductal papilloma

A 52 year old female patient with right sided nipple discharge. The mammogram was classified as ACR4 without any abnormal findings. [...]