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When did you have the prior surgery?
Can you type exactly what the report said?
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Scattered fibroglandular density is often a benign finding.
Cancerous growth will have calcification or irregular margins, or spiculated appearance.
That would have been mentioned by the radiologist for further follow up.
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Yes, it often is a benign finding. Still, can you post exactly what the report said and answer the question about your prior mastectomy, since we don't want to be guessing.