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 Asked: 1/21/2016 Unilateral images of the right breast were obtained using Full-Field Digital Mammography and tomosynthesis.
 Asked: 1/21/2016 My mom was told she has a 3 mm rounded nodule apprearing in left upper outer quandrant..probable lymph node..sonography reveals no corresponding cystic or solid...
 Asked: 1/21/2016 I received a callback for a repeat mammogram.
 Asked: 1/21/2016 My mother had a mammo on account of a palpable, solid-feeling lump.
 Asked: 1/21/2016 After a recent mammogram, I''ve been called in for an ultrasound.
 Asked: 1/21/2016 I am under 40 and my breast imaging specialist told me I have secretory MICRO calcifications based off of mammograms only, no biopsy.
 Asked: 1/21/2016 What does the following finding mean: There are scattered fibroglandular elements in both breast.
 Asked: 1/20/2016 I have to have an ultrasound with spot compression views because my mammogram showed a 5.2 mm x 12.0 mm density on my left breast.
 Asked: 1/20/2016 Had a mammogram on Monday the 18th ...
 Asked: 1/20/2016 found small asymmetrical area.
 Asked: 1/19/2016 I have a MRI result on my 9-o''clock lesion as following: In the lateral aspect of the right breast middle third near the 9: 00...
 Asked: 1/19/2016 I had a mammogram and ultrasound that came back with a mass with an obscured margin at 10 o''clock posterior depth that is 8mm.
 Asked: 1/19/2016 I''ve been called back for a repeat mammogram due to "new small irregular density right retroareolar breast versus asymmetric tissue." How serious could this...
 Asked: 1/19/2016 Doesn''t mashing the breast and then it getting inonized or radiation have a risk in getting b/c? I have heard that mashing the breast in...
 Asked: 1/19/2016 FINDINGS: Heterogeneously dense mammary parenchyma bilaterally - which may somewhat lower the sensitivity of mammography.
 Asked: 1/19/2016 What does "inferior medial left breast posterior depth" mean in my mammogram report?
 Asked: 1/19/2016 I had a breast biopsy back in August and I have some scarring from it.
 Asked: 1/19/2016 macrolobulated hypoechoic nodule measures 0.5 x 0.4 x 0.5 cm.
 Asked: 1/19/2016 I''m hearing a lot of horror stories about how the radiation of mammograms can cause breast cancer later down the road.
 Asked: 1/19/2016 FINDINGS: Scattered fibroglandular elements are seen. A 2 cm asymmetry is present laterally in the CC projection which may correlate to an area seen superiorly on the MLO, 13 cm from the nipple with no associated microcalcifications.
 Asked: 1/18/2016 I had a focal compression mammogram that came back describing a "proliferation of calcifications" (assuming micro, but it did not specify) and a BIRADS of...
 Asked: 1/18/2016 Tissue Density: b. Mag images confirm presence of a subtle approx 1.5 cm cluster of numerous slightly pleomorphic microcalcifications in the central, upper inner breast.
 Asked: 1/18/2016 Please interpret mammogram findings: Breast parenchyma is composed of scattered fibrograndular densities.
 Asked: 1/18/2016 I am 61 years old, no personal or family history of breast cancer.
 Asked: 1/16/2016 I was called back after the mammogram for an ultra sound because asymmetries were noted on both breasts.
 Asked: 1/16/2016 Had a mammogram come back heterogeneously dense with focal asymmetry in the slight medial left breast 5.2 cm from nipple on cc view with possible...
 Asked: 1/16/2016 What does cardiac silhouette and pulmonary vasculature are unremarkable.
 Asked: 1/16/2016 I had my first 3-D mammogram exam.
 Asked: 1/16/2016 A little concerned about the findings. There are scattered fibroglandular densities with no dominant mass, suspicious calcifications or focal areas of architectural distortion.
 Asked: 1/16/2016 I had a mammogram and ultrasound one year ago to look at a small, BB-pellet-sized lump in my left breast.
 Asked: 1/16/2016 My sister had breast cancer, as did my mothers sister.
 Asked: 1/15/2016 My radiologist told me I have linear, rod-like micro calcifications in one breast that have been stable for over 2 years.
 Asked: 1/15/2016 I have been told I have breast density 3-4.
 Asked: 1/15/2016 what does a mammo mean when the results shows in the anterior this right breast aprox 3 cm deep to below the nipple .and there...
 Asked: 1/15/2016 I had an MRI a month ago and it showed several benign cysts.
 Asked: 1/14/2016 my mother age 57,3 month ago we identify my mother right side breast symptoms of breast cancer then doctors removed right side breast after that...
 Asked: 1/14/2016 I am a 32 years old woman.
 Asked: 1/13/2016 I have been diagnosed with non-invasive Stage 0 small DCIS-Nuclear Grade 2 with surrounding extensive sclerosis in one breast and plan to have a lumpectomy
 Asked: 1/13/2016 My mammogram report.. The tissues of both breast is heterogeneously dense.
 Asked: 1/13/2016 Please help me decipher the meaning of the following.
 Asked: 1/13/2016 I had a digital mammogram which showed architectural distortion is present at 3 o''clock posteriorly ( 37/68CC , 30/62 MLO).
 Asked: 1/13/2016 My mammogram came back saying there is a benign parenchymal nodularity bilaterally.
 Asked: 1/11/2016 My mother has breast cancer. It guarenteed by biopsy.
 Asked: 1/11/2016 What does it mean when the report states that there is a focal asymmetry in the central right breast?
 Asked: 1/11/2016 38yo with focal asymmetry on initial screening mammogram.
 Asked: 1/6/2016 I am 48 years old and have had annual mammograms since I turned 40.
 Asked: 1/6/2016 Sonogram states subtle nearly isoechoic oval mass 5.6 x 4.5 x 3.1 mm nearly isoechic to the adjacent to glandular parenchyma.
 Asked: 1/6/2016 Called in for second mammogram. Results of first mammogram were: FINDINGS: Breast Density: 2 - Scattered fibroglandular tissues are present (~25-50% glandular).
 Asked: 1/6/2016 Found a 7mm asymmetry nodule on left medal breast.
 Asked: 1/6/2016 Can you please let me know what an ill defined density on my left breast may be? Thank you.
 Asked: 1/5/2016 Had a digital screening mammo with tomosynesis.
 Asked: 1/5/2016 Breast architecture is heterogenously ,symmetrical and scattered fibroglandular.ACR typeIII ,this limits optimal mammographic evaluation. However no areas of suspicious calcification or architectural distortion are seen. Round to...
 Asked: 1/5/2016 I am 44 years old and had a 3D mammogram done.
 Asked: 1/4/2016 My mammogram showed a developing area of density, what does this mean? .
 Asked: 1/4/2016 Rec''d further info re going back for ultrasound and special mammography and cause, according to letter, is asymmetry.
 Asked: 1/4/2016 I was wondering, as a 53 year old woman (52 at time of mammogram) with family history of breast cancer in maternal grandmother (in her...
 Asked: 1/4/2016 Hi. I''m 39 yo, family history of breast cancer.
 Asked: 1/3/2016 Hello Can you tell me what Wash out means? Had a mammogram/then had a biopsy due to calcifications - the left came back with an...
 Asked: 1/3/2016 My recent mammogram shows "scattered" breast density and I am scheduled to go back in for ultrasound and special mammography views.
 Asked: 1/3/2016 The breast composition is category a, almost entirely fat replaced, (formerly described in ACR lexicon as <25% glandular).
 Asked: 1/3/2016 Hello, I am a 47 year old female, with clean history of mammograms every 1-2 years.
 Asked: 1/1/2016 I just finished with a diagnostic mammogram and ultra sound where they found a 10x7 mm solid mass subareolar 12 o clock with vascularity.
 Asked: 1/1/2016 I have had a grandmother (maternal) and mother die of breast cancer.
 Asked: 12/31/2015 I am a 63 year old woman who is at a 20% lifetime risk of developing breast cancer.
 Asked: 12/31/2015 What are the chances for dcis to be missed on MRI, but caught on mammogram instead? .
 Asked: 12/30/2015 I received a call back and the report says: Heterogeneously dense possible developing asymmetry changing in left breast.
 Asked: 12/30/2015 I have had regular mammograms since I was 40.
 Asked: 12/30/2015 I had mammo done on Dec 22 2015 report states nodule seen 10mm from right breast nipple asking for us and diagnosis mammo could this be cancer.
 Asked: 12/26/2015 I had a screening mammogram (3D) on Tuesday.
 Asked: 12/26/2015 What is this- An ill defined 14mm nodular opacity in upper outer quadrant of left breast with irregular margins.....
 Asked: 12/25/2015 How likely is it to have a shadow on the 3 d mammogram?
 Asked: 12/26/2015 I had my annual mammogram this year and last year it was clear.
 Asked: 12/26/2015 I got a call to come back after having a screening mammogram.
 Asked: 12/26/2015 What does this mean? Should I worry? Narrative Addendum Begins Further evaluation demonstrates a developing area of tissue asymmetry in the posterior axillary aspect of the left...
 Asked: 12/23/2015 Thank you for replying so quickly to question below (Hello.
 Asked: 12/23/2015 Hello. I got called back from annual mammo.
 Asked: 12/23/2015 Here is the finding: Left breast: There is a mass like focal asymmetry in the upper outer quadrant posteriorly.
 Asked: 12/23/2015 I recently was called back for a sono/mammo.
 Asked: 12/23/2015 I was just scheduled for a biopsy on the 29th after the radiologist was unable to rule out cancer from the ultrasound of a small...
 Asked: 12/23/2015 I had an area of asymmetry a couple of years ago that was determined to be an intramammary lymph node.
 Asked: 12/23/2015 Hello, I am 29 yr old. My left breast has always been a litter bigger than my right.
 Asked: 12/23/2015 IMPRESSION: RIGHT BREAST: Oval mass measuring 13 millimeters wide x 15 millimeters long at 9 o''clock at a middle depth.
 Asked: 12/22/2015 is it better they see soft tissue or solid. my manno showed a 12-14mm soft tissure nodule.
 Asked: 12/22/2015 ABUS BREAST BILAT SWC- 1:00 radian, 5-6 cm deep to the nipple, 6 mm indeterminate screening abnormality. 12 to 1:00 radian, 5-6 CM deep to the nipple,...
 Asked: 12/21/2015 I just got mammogram report back that says: There is an asymmetry seen in the left breast.
 Asked: 12/21/2015 If questionable findings on routine mammogram were found to be benign on ultrasound last year, then will I be called back again each year when...
 Asked: 12/21/2015 Get a mammogram every year and comes back normal but dense breast tissue.
 Asked: 12/21/2015 I was just informed that the imaging center has notified me that there is a small nodular density what does that mean.
 Asked: 12/21/2015 DiagnosFINDINGS: Left breast: Ultrasound was obtained of the left breast from the 9 o''clock to the 3 o''clock position there is a ill-defined hypoechoic...
 Asked: 12/21/2015 My imaging is showing asymmetry in the left breast.
 Asked: 12/21/2015 licly Submitted Question 12/2/2015 Help! I had a mammography and ultrasound in 201&12013 but I just had one on 11/2015,the breast are primarily fatty there is an...
 Asked: 12/20/2015 I just had a follow up mammogram and ultrasound that identified a solid oval hypoechoic mass,mmeasuring 7 x 5 x 5 mm and is felt...
 Asked: 12/19/2015 I just had my 2nd mammogram and ultrasound and am scheduled for a ultrasound guided biopsy.
 Asked: 12/19/2015 I had a diagnostic mammogram that showed a focal asymmetry in the left breast that is still visible after a spot compression view.
 Asked: 12/19/2015 I''ve been recalled for further imaging because of a retroareolar right breast 5 mm nodular focus of increased density in CC projection.
 Asked: 12/19/2015 I had a mammo and the results showed the following: post-surgical changes in the upper outer quadrant of left breast.
 Asked: 12/19/2015 Just had regular screening mammogram. Received a call for further testing and am worried.
 Asked: 12/18/2015 Please translate "scattered fibro glandular densities (approximately 25-50% glandular.
 Asked: 12/18/2015 Routine mammogram report says...inferior medial part of right breast, a mass like density has developed measuring about 1cm in diameter since last exam
 Asked: 12/18/2015 my mammogram had a focal area 5mm and another 15mm to the upper outer region of the left breast.
 
 
 
 
 

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