A unique collection of rarely seen breast lesions causing differential diagnostic problems
Circular/oval lesions with or without associated calcifications are frequent findings on the mammograms. The majority of them are benign, hyperplastic lesions, that often cause differential diagnostic problems. The combination of the different diagnostic tools (so-called multimodality approach) will lead to the correct diagnosis and management of the cases. This lecture demonstrates multiple examples of seldom seen cases and calls the attention of the radiologists to keep them in mind whenever a differential diagnostic problem arises.