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Breast and Axilla | 5.1 Benign lesions
Case 5.1.4 Cysts pitfalls


Pitfalls:
Small inspissated cyst impressing a larger benign cyst mimicking an intracystic lesion. After aspiration of some of the fluid the two separa ...
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Cyst with intraluminal mobile structure mimicking a polypoid lesion
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Infected small cyst mimicking a solid lesion. Fluid without signs of malignancy was aspirated
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Atypical cyst with with an intracystic mass that proved to be intracystic papilloma and a DCIS The lesion was removed with a vacuum biopsy
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8 mm well defined hypoechoic mass that could be mistaken for a slight atypical cyst that proved to be a breast carcinoma
Case of the moth March 2010 Pitfalls:
Intracystic vascularized mass that proved to be an intracystic carcinoma
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2 irregular cystic structures filled with thick viscous fluid that proved to be oil cysts in a case of fat necrosis
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Two cysts with non vascularized intracystic structures after breast reduction probably fat necrosis 1999
Pitfalls:
Small inspissated cyst impressing a larger benign cyst mimicking an intracystic lesion. After aspiration of some of the fluid the two separa ...
Pitfalls:
Cyst with intraluminal mobile structure mimicking a polypoid lesion
Pitfalls:
Infected small cyst mimicking a solid lesion. Fluid without signs of malignancy was aspirated
Pitfalls:
Atypical cyst with with an intracystic mass that proved to be intracystic papilloma and a DCIS The lesion was removed with a vacuum biopsy
Pitfalls:
8 mm well defined hypoechoic mass that could be mistaken for a slight atypical cyst that proved to be a breast carcinoma
Case of the moth March 2010 Pitfalls:
Intracystic vascularized mass that proved to be an intracystic carcinoma
Pitfalls:
2 irregular cystic structures filled with thick viscous fluid that proved to be oil cysts in a case of fat necrosis
Pitfalls:
Two cysts with non vascularized intracystic structures after breast reduction probably fat necrosis 1999
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