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Case 06

Contributed by Jordana Phillips MD

Updated December 2021

44-year-old woman recalled for left breast calcifications

Instruction: Look at the images below and answer the question that follows.

Diagnostic CEM

To see RECOMBINED IMAGES: Click the recombined buttons

To MAGNIFY: Click         or press Control + Wheel Scroll

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>> Click for Prior Imaging

A prior screening mammogram was available at the time of the case review and the calcifications were far less conspicuous. Take my word for it....

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>> Click for Diagnostic Mammogram

It was tough to see the calcifications on the CEM.
They are in the left upper outer breast. These magnification views were performed at the time of the CEM which show the calcifications better.

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Question

What is the next best step?

Stereotactic core biopsy

Targeted ultrasound

Breast MRI

Return to screen

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