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|LCIS - Lobular Carcinoma In Situ
Questions about lobular carcinoma in situ.
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|12/5/2010||Hi, I was dx with LCIS 3 yrs ago with yearly mammograms alternating with yearly MRI. Refused Tamoxifen due to SE profile. Mammogram last week showed a few calcs around the area of excisional bx site--new calcs from last mammogram. Radiologist suggested biopsy. Surgeon said no biopsy and repeat mammogram in 6 mo. I'm confused. Would like to have my mammogram film read by a third party. Does this sound reasonable?|
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|12/5/2010||If radiologist is a breast imaging radiologist then hisher advise rules. very reasonable to get a second opinion reading.|
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