Diagnostic Imaging of Breast

Diagnostic Imaging of Breast

The purpose of this e-book is to learn imaging diagnosis of breast lesions through 100 cases. The author explains how imaging diagnosis is utilized and its roles in the clinical practice referring to the actual courses of all 100 cases.

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From the Author;
Breast disease comes in many forms and so does breast cancer. There are also various kinds of modalities that can be used for the diagnosis of breast disease but it depends on each case as to which one becomes the key to the diagnostic treatment. In this book, I would like to introduce various clinical courses from among 100 cases of diagnostic treatments that I have experienced in my clinical practice. I would be more than happy if my professional knowledge might be of any help in your daily practice.

Contents;
Chapter 1 Fibroadenoma and differential diagnosis
  Case No.001 Fibroadenoma
  Case No.002 A large fibroadenoma
  Case No.003 Fibroadenoma (with degeneration)
  Case No.004 Mastopathic fibroadenoma
  Case No.005 Sclerosing fibroadenoma
  Case No.006 Benign phyllodes tumor
  Case No.007 Borderline malignant phyllodes tumor
  Case No.008 Malignant phyllodes tumor
  Case No.009 Tubular adenoma
  Case No.010 Infarcted Papilloma
  Case No.011 Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH)
  Case No.012 Myoid hamartoma
  Case No.013 Hamartoma
Chapter 2 Mucinous carcinoma and its various types
  Case No.014 Mucinous carcinoma
  Case No.015 Mucinous carcinoma
  Case No.016 Mucinous carcinoma
Chapter 3 Relatively rare breast cancer detected by tumor awareness
  Case No.017 Mass-forming DCIS
  Case No.018 Pregnancy-associated breast cancer
  Case No.019 Invasive micropapillary carcinoma
  Case No.020 Apocrine carcinoma
  Case No.021 Breast cancer with squamous metaplasia
  Case No.022 Lymphoepithelioma-like carcinoma
Chapter 4 Disease present with architectural distortion
  Case No.023 Invasive lobular carcinoma
  Case No.024 Invasive ductal carcinoma (scirrhus)
  Case No.025 DCIS
  Case No.026 Fibromatosis of the breast
  Case No.027 Sclerosing adenosis
  Case No.028 Mastopathy
  Case No.029 Chronic suppurative mastitis
  Case No.030 Granulomatous mastitis
Chapter 5 Invasive lobular carcinoma and its various types
  Case No.031 Invasive lobular carcinoma (localized)
  Case No.032 Invasive lobular carcinoma (an example of precise diagnosis of tumor extension)
  Case No.033 Invasive lobular carcinoma (an example of precise diagnosis of tumor extension)
  Case No.034 Invasive lobular carcinoma (an example of precise diagnosis of tumor extension)
  Case No.035 Invasive lobular carcinoma (an example of inaccurate diagnosis of tumor extension)
  Case No.036 Invasive lobular carcinoma (an example of inaccurate diagnosis of tumor extension)
  Case No.037 Invasive lobular carcinoma (an example of inaccurate diagnosis of tumor extension)
Chapter 6 Breast cancer detected by calcification
  Case No.038 Invasive ductal carcinoma (localized)
  Case No.039 DCIS (localized)
  Case No.040 DCIS (localized)
  Case No.041 DCIS-based invasive ductal carcinoma (widespread type)
  Case No.042 DCIS (widespread type)
  Case No.043 DCIS-based invasive ductal carcinoma (widespread type)
  Case No.044 DCIS-based invasive ductal carcinoma (an example with contralateral findings)
  Case No.045 Low grade DCIS (an example of inaccurate diagnosis by MRI)
  Case No.046 DCIS+intraductal proliferative lesion
  Case No.047 DCIS+severe mastopathy
  Case No.048 low grade Low grade DCIS (an example of underestimated MRI)
Chapter 7 Cases of bloody nipple discharge and nipple abnormality
  Case No.049 Invasive ductal carcinoma
  Case No.050 Invasive ductal carcinoma
  Case No.051 Invasive ductal carcinoma (underdiagnosed case)
  Case No.052 Invasive ductal carcinoma
  Case No.053 Duct papillomatosis
  Case No.054 Duct papillomatosis
  Case No.055 Ductal hyperplasia (intraductal papilloma)
  Case No.056 Invasive ductal carcinoma (male)
  Case No.057 DCIS (during pregnancy)
  Case No.058 DCIS with Pagetoid spread
Chapter 8 Breast cancer detected as a small tumor on mammography
  Case No.059 Tubular carcinoma
  Case No.060 Invasive ductal carcinoma
  Case No.061 Invasive micropapillary carcinoma
Chapter 9 Breast cancer detected by other modality except for mammography
  Case No.062 Ultrasound-detected DCIS
  Case No.063 Ultrasound-detected DCIS
  Case No.064 CT-detected invasive ductal carcinoma (multiple cancer)
  Case No.065 CT-detected invasive ductal carcinoma
  Case No.066 PET-detected invasive ductal carcinoma
  Case No.067 PET-detected invasive ductal carcinoma
Chapter 10 Breast cancer detected by axillary lymph node swelling
  Case No.068 Invasive ductal carcinoma
  Case No.069 occult cancer
Chapter 11 Parasternal lesion
  Case No.070 Parasternal lymph node metastasis (isolated tumor cells)
  Case No.071 Parasternal lymph node metastasis
  Case No.072 Parasternal schwannoma (+bilateral breast cancer)
Chapter 12 Familial breast cancer
  Case No.073 Invasive ductal carcinoma (a 50-something-year old woman, the daughter of the case No.074)
  Case No.074 Invasive ductal carcinoma (an 80-something-year old woman, the mother of the case No.073)
  Case No.075 DCIS (a 40-something-year old woman, the elder sister of the case No.076)
  Case No.076 DCIS-based invasive ductal carcinoma (a 40-something-year old woman, the younger sister of the case No.075)
Chapter 13 The second cancer of the preserved breast
  Case No.077 Early recurrence of triple negative breast cancer
  Case No.078 Early recurrence of invasive lobular carcinoma
  Case No.079 Early recurrence of DCIS
  Case No.080 Newly developed breast cancer 4 years after invasive ductal carcinoma
  Case No.081 Newly developed breast cancer 5 years after invasive ductal carcinoma
  Case No.082 Newly developed breast cancer 5 years after invasive ductal carcinoma
Chapter 14 Bilateral breast cancer and its various types
  Case No.083 Simultaneously detected bilateral invasive ductal carcinoma (detected by contralateral MRI)
  Case No.084 Simultaneously detected bilateral invasive ductal carcinoma (detected by contralateral mammography)
  Case No.085 Simultaneously detected bilateral breast cancer (mucinous carcinoma and invasive ductal carcinoma: detected by contralateral MRI)
  Case No.086 Simultaneously detected bilateral breast cancer (invasive ductal carcinoma and DCIS: detected by contralateral MRI)
  Case No.087 Contralateral multiple cancers at 16 years later
  Case No.088 Contralateral breast cancer at 6 years later
  Case No.089 Contralateral breast cancer at 18 years later
Chapter 15 Incidental Lesion detected by MRI
  Case No.090 Incidental lesion in the affected breast (benign)
  Case No.091 Incidental lesion in the affected breast (benign)
  Case No.092 Incidental lesion in the affected breast (malignant)
  Case No.093 Bilateral incidental breast lesion (malignant+benign)
Chapter 16 Cases of preoperative therapy
  Case No.094 Invasive ductal carcinoma with preoperative hormone therapy (luminal A type)
  Case No.095 Invasive ductal carcinoma with pCR after preoperative chemotherapy (triple negative type)
  Case No.096 Invasive ductal carcinoma with pCR after preoperative chemotherapy (Her2 type)
  Case No.097 Invasive ductal carcinoma with pCR after preoperative chemotherapy (triple negative type)
  Case No.098 Invasive ductal carcinoma with ineffective preoperative chemotherapy (triple negative type)
  Case No.099 Invasive ductal carcinoma with ineffective preoperative chemotherapy (triple negative type)
  Case No.100 An example of inaccurate diagnosis of tumor extension after preoperative

Diagnostic Imaging of Breast



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