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László Tabár, M.D. FACR (Hon)
Explaining why the mammographic appearance of fibrocystic change, fibroadenoma, papilloma, different types of adenosis, radial scar, Swiss cheese disease mimic the mammographic appearance of different types of breast cancer.
The mammographic appearance of different breast cancer subtypes is often indistinguishable from the mammographic appearance of one or more hyperplastic breast changes, causing considerable differential diagnostic problems for the radiologists. This lecture explains the underlying 3D histopathology and the pathophysiology of the most frequent cancer mimicking benign lesions, helping the radiologists in the differential diagnosis and proper diagnostic workup of the cases.