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Breast and Axilla | 5.1 Benign lesions
Case 5.1.11 Inflammation


Inflammation:
Acute mastitis with edematous tissue
Inflammation:
Peri areolar breast abscess
Inflammation:
Breast abscess with a vascularized abscess wall
Inflammation:
Small breast abscess
Case of the month May 2008: Inflammation:
Multilocular breast abscess
Inflammation:
Breast abscess
Inflammation:
Large irregular mass with hypervascularization and central fluid which proved to be inflammation and abscess formation
Inflammation:
Inflammation with a thickened skin infiltration and central abscess
Inflammation:
Inflammation with hypervascularization and central abscess
Inflammation:
Retromammillar inflammation and abscess
Inflammation:
Hypoechoic lesion with cystic areas Biopsy proved this to be Inflammation with abcsess formation
Inflammation:
Oval hypoechoic lesions in the right and left breast. Biopsy proved these lesions to be a plasmacell mastitis
Inflammation:
Acute mastitis with edematous tissue
Inflammation:
Peri areolar breast abscess
Inflammation:
Breast abscess with a vascularized abscess wall
Inflammation:
Small breast abscess
Case of the month May 2008: Inflammation:
Multilocular breast abscess
Inflammation:
Breast abscess
Inflammation:
Large irregular mass with hypervascularization and central fluid which proved to be inflammation and abscess formation
Inflammation:
Inflammation with a thickened skin infiltration and central abscess
Inflammation:
Inflammation with hypervascularization and central abscess
Inflammation:
Retromammillar inflammation and abscess
Inflammation:
Hypoechoic lesion with cystic areas Biopsy proved this to be Inflammation with abcsess formation
Inflammation:
Oval hypoechoic lesions in the right and left breast. Biopsy proved these lesions to be a plasmacell mastitis
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