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Submitted by: Donald L. Weaver
A 68 year old woman self-detected a right lower outer quadrant breast mass. The core biopsy demonstrated and exclusively spindle cell neoplasm. On excision, the 2.5 cm mass was solid and partially cystic.
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Submitted by: Celina G. Kleer
This is a a 32 year old woman with a 0.7 cm circumscribed lesion on mammography. Four years ago, she underwent a breast biopsy which revealed an intraductal papilloma. The patient has history of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. She has no family history of breast cancer. An exicisional biopsy of the nodule was performed.
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Submitted by: Daniel Visscher
A 48 year old woman who underwent excision of a 1.2cm stellate breast mass detected on imaging
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Submitted by: Erinn P. Downs-Kelly
A 67 year old female was treated for left breast pT2 pN0 invasive ductal carcinoma, Bloom-Richardson grade II in 2007 with breast conservation including radiation therapy and systemic chemotherapy. Did well until presenting for her yearly follow-up in 2011 where she had noted a small area of bruising of the left breast that had seemed to get better but then reappeared. On physical exam, radiation changes were noted on the left along with a 5 mm area of patchy purplish discoloration. The images provided include the punch biopsy of the left breast.
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Submitted by: Fattaneh A. Tavassoli
An 83-year-old woman presented with a right breast nodule. The slide is from the area of nodularity.