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The mammographic findings are more suggestive of a benign mass (non cancerous). But all doctors would work on highly cautious side and would further investigate it (due to your family history) by a fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC; this is also called as aspiration biopsy cytology / ABC and done under ultrasound guidance). FNAC would usually differentiate between a benign and a cancerous (malignant) mass. This is an office procedure. No admission or hospitalization is required.
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Was a biopsy performed for the changes showed in the breast mammogram?
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