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Detailed description of the spectrum of microcalcifications associated with fibrocystic change. Explanation of the pathophysiology leading to the formation of calcifications.
Among the numerous hyperplastic breast changes, the analysis and correct diagnosis of the microcalcifications associated with fibrocystic change are the biggest everyday challenge for the radiologist.
This lecture explains the underlying pathophysiology of each calcification subtype and provides many practical examples to help the radiologist.