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23 - Pleomorphic calcifications - 3/3

The most frequently occurring malignant type calcifications on the mammogram.

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Features of Group 2A malignant type pleomorphic calcifications:

1) Multiple clusters

2) Reasonable concordance between the mammographic findings and histopathology.

3) Normal breast tissue separates the affected TDLUs.

Practicing Group 2A pleomorphic calcification cases.

Calcified LCIS – a new entity.

Features of Group 2B malignant type pleomorphic calcifications:

1) Multiple clusters

2) Mammography underestimates the true extent of the disease

3) The role of MRI to help us describing the extent of the disease.

4) A very deceptive subgroup with potentially poor outcome.

Practicing Group 2B cases.

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