Nadia A Gheni
University of Tikrit, Iraq
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: RRJMHS
37 years old female, married, G5P4, suffered from left breast mass in the supraareolar region (at 12 o’clock), no consult was done, she noted gradual enlargement of the mass over nine months, she came in for consult, with the persistence of the above symptoms with now accompanying tenderness, skin tethering and nipple retraction. She was nonsmoker, with regular menstruation and negative family history for breast cancer. Ultrasonography revealed ill-defined speculated hyperechoic mass with central calcification, measured 31x28 mm, and classified as score 5 by elastography. Fine needle aspiration and excisional biopsy revealed invasive ductal carcinoma, and it was triple positive by immunohistochemistry.