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A rare and unusual cause of mammographic calcification in the breast
Clinical question A 45-year-old woman is found, on family history screening, to have calcification within the upper outer quadrant of her right breast. A diagnostic mammotome biopsy was performed. Review the interactive digital slide and consider your diagnosis and appropriate management.
What is your diagnosis?
Flat epithelial atypia with psammomatous calcification
Liesegang rings with lactational changes
Spheroid type amyloid
- BREAST PATHOLOGY
- CALCIUM METABOLISM
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