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Breast and Axilla | 5.8 Male breast
Case 5.8.3 Various lesions of the male breast


Various lesions of the male breast:
Hypoechoic mass behind the nipple in a male that biopsy proved to be inflammation with abscess but without malignancy
Various lesions of the male breast:
Benign cyst with mural calcifications
Various lesions of the male breast:
Mass lesion behind the left nipple that biopsy proved to be a granulomatous infection without signs of malignancy
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
Various lesions of the male breast:
Hypoechoic mass behind the nipple in a male that biopsy proved to be inflammation with abscess but without malignancy
Various lesions of the male breast:
Benign cyst with mural calcifications
Various lesions of the male breast:
Mass lesion behind the left nipple that biopsy proved to be a granulomatous infection without signs of malignancy
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
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