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Case
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Age
Clinical presentation
BI-RADS
1
Case:071
74
Postmenopausal woman with a family history of breast cancer in her mother, presented with a left breast lump. On examination, she had two lumps palpable in her left breast. The larger lump was in the lower inner quadrant, 3 cm in diameter, hard, and fixed to the muscle. The other lump was 2 cm in diameter and in the upper outer quadrant.
5 (Highly Suggestive of Malignancy)

2
Case:074
59
Postmenopausal woman with average risk of developing breast cancer presented with a left breast lump. Examination revealed a lump 3 cm in diameter in the lower inner quadrant of the left breast.
5 (Highly Suggestive of Malignancy)

3
Case:039
77
Postmenopausal and post hysterectomy, nulliparous woman with increased risk for developing breast cancer presented with a lump in the left breast of 6 months duration. Examination revealed hard, mobile lump in the lower inner quadrant of the left breast.
Left breast, 2 nodules: 5 (Highly Suggestive of Malignancy)
Right breast: 2 (Benign)
Total record number: 3
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