Exam: MAMMO SCREENING - BILATERAL
**AMERICAN COLLEGE OF RADIOLOGY ACCREDITED FACILITY**HISTORY: Routine screening.
Family history of a maternal aunt with ovarian cancer at age 48.COMPARISON: This
represents the patient's baseline mammogram.BILATERAL DIGITAL MAMMOGRAPHY
FINDINGS: The breast parenchyma is heterogeneously dense which may obscure small
masses. There are loosely grouped microcalcifications in the left upper outer
quadrant at the middle depth. In addition, nodular asymmetries are also
demonstrated in the central and lower left breast at the middle depth seen only
on the MLO view. Further evaluation is recommended. There is no other mass, area
of architectural distortion, or malignant type calcifications.
IMPRESSION:Loosely grouped microcalcifications in the left upper outer quadrant
for which additional spot compression magnification mammography is recommended
for further characterization. Nodular asymmetries in the central and lower left
breast seen only on the MLO view for which additional spot compression
mammography and possible ultrasound is recommended for these findings. The
patient be asked return for additional imaging of the left breast. The final
report with recommendation will follow when evaluation is complete.There is no
mammographic evidence of malignancy in the right breast.BIRADS 0: Incomplete.
Needs additional imaging. CAD analysis with R2 Cenova version 9.3 was reviewed
by the interpreting physician. Any detected areas have been correlated and