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Breast and Axilla | 5.2 Malignant breast lesions
Case 5.2.6 Metastases in the breast


Metastases:
Well defined oval mass in the axillary region of the breast that biopsy proved to be a metastasis of a renal cell carcinoma
Case of the month May 2016: Metastases:
Lesion in the left breast that was a metastasis of a multiple myeloma
Metastases:
Breast metastases in both breasts of a lung carcinoma
Case of the month July 2009: Metastases:
Metastases of a melanoma in the breast, upper arm and axilla
Metastases:
Lobulated mass that biopsy proved to be a melanoma metastasis in the breast
Metastases:
Sarcoma of the scapula with metastasis in the breast
Metastases:
Breast lesion that biopsy proved to be a metastasis probably of a a sarcoma. Patient also had lung and spinal lesions
Metastases:
Multiple metastases in the left and right breast with multiple hypoechoic mass lesions
Metastases:
Breast metastases of a carcinoid tumor with multiple hypoechoic masses in both breasts that could be mistaken for fibroadenomas
Metastases:
Metastases of a lung carcinoma in the right and left breast and left axilla
Metastases:
Benign looking lesions that biopsy proved to be metastases of a lung carcinoma (The lung carcinoma was detected after the breast biopsies)
Metastases:
Metastasis in the breast and a pleural based lung metastasis of a renal cell carcinoma
Metastases:
Metastasis of a lung carcinoma with a hypoechoic slightly lobulatated vascularized mass with good through transmission of the ultrasound bea ...
Metastases:
Metastases in the breast and axillary lymph node metastases of a lung carcinoma
Metastases:
Well defined oval mass in the axillary region of the breast that biopsy proved to be a metastasis of a renal cell carcinoma
Case of the month May 2016: Metastases:
Lesion in the left breast that was a metastasis of a multiple myeloma
Metastases:
Breast metastases in both breasts of a lung carcinoma
Case of the month July 2009: Metastases:
Metastases of a melanoma in the breast, upper arm and axilla
Metastases:
Lobulated mass that biopsy proved to be a melanoma metastasis in the breast
Metastases:
Sarcoma of the scapula with metastasis in the breast
Metastases:
Breast lesion that biopsy proved to be a metastasis probably of a a sarcoma. Patient also had lung and spinal lesions
Metastases:
Multiple metastases in the left and right breast with multiple hypoechoic mass lesions
Metastases:
Breast metastases of a carcinoid tumor with multiple hypoechoic masses in both breasts that could be mistaken for fibroadenomas
Metastases:
Metastases of a lung carcinoma in the right and left breast and left axilla
Metastases:
Benign looking lesions that biopsy proved to be metastases of a lung carcinoma (The lung carcinoma was detected after the breast biopsies)
Metastases:
Metastasis in the breast and a pleural based lung metastasis of a renal cell carcinoma
Metastases:
Metastasis of a lung carcinoma with a hypoechoic slightly lobulatated vascularized mass with good through transmission of the ultrasound bea ...
Metastases:
Metastases in the breast and axillary lymph node metastases of a lung carcinoma
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