The risk of buttock augmentation are as follows: blood clots, hematoma, swelling and bruising, excessive blood loss, complications of anesthesia or liposuction, oil cyst
, fat embolism and revision of surgery at a later date, according to the (https://www.
In patients with complex cystic masses, mammography may help to characterize the mass and depict associated micro calcifications and show suspicious lesions If a lesion appears fat-containing at mammography, it represents a benign entity such as an oil cyst
or galactocele, and biopsy can be avoided.
Similarly, an anechoic mass with shadowing that corresponds to a mammographically benign lesion, such as an oil cyst
, should be followed.
1,10) On ultrasound, oil cysts
appear as either simple or complicated cysts.
The predominant imaging changes were fat necrosis and oil cysts [Fig.
The mammographic findings included oil cysts, micro calcifications, coarse calcifications, focal masses and areas of increased opacity.