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Case 5.8.2 Malignant breast tumors in male patients


Breast carcinoma in a male patient Case of the month November 2011:
Breast carcinoma in a male patient with microcalcifications
Breast carcinoma in a male patient:
Retroareolar mass that proved to be a breast carcinoma in a male
Malignant breast lesions:
Gynaecomastia and a breast carcinoma on the right side
Malignant breast lesions:
Infiltrating ductal carcinoma with an ill defined hypervasularized mass in a male patient
Malignant breast lesions:
Infiltrating ductal carcinoma with an irregular vascularized retroareolar mass with calcifications
Malignant breast lesions:
Breast carcinoma with ductal extension and axillary lymphe node metastases
Malignant breast lesions:
Infiltrating ductal carcinoma in a male with microcalcification
Malignant breast lesions:
Male breast carcinoma with a hypoechoic retroareolar mass
Malignant breast lesions:
Bilateral extensive gynaecomastia with a large infiltrating ductal carcinoma in the right breast
Malignant breast lesions:
Male breast carcinoma with an irregular hypoechoic vascularized mass with microcalcifications acoustic shadowing and skin invasion
Malignant breast lesions:
Infiltrating ductal carcinoma and a very small but positive intramammary lymph node in a male patient
Malignant breast lesions:
Male breast carcinoma with an irregular hypoechoic retroareolar mass
Malignant breast lesions:
Infiltrative ductal carcinoma with microcalcifications and metastatic axillary lymphe nodes in a male
Case of the month September 2007: Malignant breast lesions:
Intracystic ductal carcinoma in a male breast with an irregular vascularized intracystic mass
Malignant breast lesions:
Bilateral breast carcinoma with an irregular vascularized mass in a male patient
Pitfalls:
Retroareolar mass with peripheral vascularity that was interpreted as BIRADS 4, but proved to be a benign inflamed epidermoid cyst
Pitfalls:
Irregular retromammillary mass with enlarged axillary lymph nodes in a male that was classified as BIRADS 5 but proved to be a chronic infla ...
Pitfalls:
Male patient with an irregular vascularized mass that proved to be inflammatory changes
Pitfalls:
Retroareolar mass that proved to be gynaecomastia with inflammatory changes and not a malignancy
Pitfalls:
Hypoechoic mass with enlarged axillary lymphe nodes that was thought to be a ductal carcinoma but turned out to be a metastasis in the thora ...
Pitfalls:
Vascularized tumor mass just below the nipple that proved to be an adencarcinoma
Pitfalls:
Hypoechoic mass lesions behind the nipple that biopsy proved to be metastases of a lung carcinoma
Breast carcinoma in a male patient Case of the month November 2011:
Breast carcinoma in a male patient with microcalcifications
Breast carcinoma in a male patient:
Retroareolar mass that proved to be a breast carcinoma in a male
Malignant breast lesions:
Gynaecomastia and a breast carcinoma on the right side
Malignant breast lesions:
Infiltrating ductal carcinoma with an ill defined hypervasularized mass in a male patient
Malignant breast lesions:
Infiltrating ductal carcinoma with an irregular vascularized retroareolar mass with calcifications
Malignant breast lesions:
Breast carcinoma with ductal extension and axillary lymphe node metastases
Malignant breast lesions:
Infiltrating ductal carcinoma in a male with microcalcification
Malignant breast lesions:
Male breast carcinoma with a hypoechoic retroareolar mass
Malignant breast lesions:
Bilateral extensive gynaecomastia with a large infiltrating ductal carcinoma in the right breast
Malignant breast lesions:
Male breast carcinoma with an irregular hypoechoic vascularized mass with microcalcifications acoustic shadowing and skin invasion
Malignant breast lesions:
Infiltrating ductal carcinoma and a very small but positive intramammary lymph node in a male patient
Malignant breast lesions:
Male breast carcinoma with an irregular hypoechoic retroareolar mass
Malignant breast lesions:
Infiltrative ductal carcinoma with microcalcifications and metastatic axillary lymphe nodes in a male
Case of the month September 2007: Malignant breast lesions:
Intracystic ductal carcinoma in a male breast with an irregular vascularized intracystic mass
Malignant breast lesions:
Bilateral breast carcinoma with an irregular vascularized mass in a male patient
Pitfalls:
Retroareolar mass with peripheral vascularity that was interpreted as BIRADS 4, but proved to be a benign inflamed epidermoid cyst
Pitfalls:
Irregular retromammillary mass with enlarged axillary lymph nodes in a male that was classified as BIRADS 5 but proved to be a chronic infla ...
Pitfalls:
Male patient with an irregular vascularized mass that proved to be inflammatory changes
Pitfalls:
Retroareolar mass that proved to be gynaecomastia with inflammatory changes and not a malignancy
Pitfalls:
Hypoechoic mass with enlarged axillary lymphe nodes that was thought to be a ductal carcinoma but turned out to be a metastasis in the thora ...
Pitfalls:
Vascularized tumor mass just below the nipple that proved to be an adencarcinoma
Pitfalls:
Hypoechoic mass lesions behind the nipple that biopsy proved to be metastases of a lung carcinoma
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