Breast Ultrasonography

A diagnostic modality using ultrasound to evaluate the breasts for fibrocystic disease, masses, and cysts
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In the breast ultrasonography (USG), a high-pressure cystic mass of an 8 cm diameter was detected with regular boundaries and anechoic thick walls.
MPM serves as advanced breast imaging technology for clinical applications like X-ray mammography, breast ultrasonography, MRI, and fiberoptic ductoscopy, diagnosing breast benign diseases will probably become its main application as well as breast cancer.
Preventive Services Task Force concluded that the current evidence was insufficient to assess whether adjunctive screening for breast cancer using breast ultrasonography, MRI, DBT, or other methods should be used in women with dense breasts.
Breast ultrasonography is an appropriate tool in the detection of cancer and should be included in the workup of symptomatic breast disease.
Bilateral breast ultrasonography showed lesions of heterogeneous low density, of which the contours were lobulated and poorly demarcated.
Mammography showed a high-density mass, and breast ultrasonography showed well-demarcated, highly abundant blood flow and a cystic lesion (Figure 1).
The mass was categorized BIRADS4 in breast ultrasonography. Breast MRI revealed heterogeneous enhancement with 3.5 x 5 cm of inflammatory area at the left breast upper outer quadrant.
Breast ultrasonography showed no abnormalities and there was no pituitary mass on nuclear magnetic resonance imaging.
From the ultrasound part, we derive ultrasound reflection from the lesion in a manner superior to conventional breast ultrasonography, relating to anatomic features and extent of a tumor.
Evidence also was insufficient to make a recommendation on the benefits and harms of adjunctive screening for breast cancer using breast ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging, digital breast tomosynthesis, or other methods in women with dense breasts who had a negative screening mammogram.