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Patient Information: (Do not provide name of the patient)
Age
  46
Diagnosis
  DCIS of right breast
Imaging
  Diagnostic mammography/tomosynthesis showed a 0.4 cm group of suspicious developing calcifications in the upper, outer quadrant of the right breast. Ultrasound showed no suspicious abnormalities. MRI showed a 0.8 cm area of linear, branching, non-mass enhancement adjacent to the biopsy marker, corresponding to the previously biopsied DCIS, thought to represent either residual DCIS or post-biopsy changes. No other suspicious areas of enhancement were seen within the right breast, and there was no right axillary or internal mammary lymphadenopathy. No suspicious areas of enhancement were seen in the left breast.
Pathology
  A stereotactic core needle biopsy showed DCIS, low to intermediate nuclear grade, micropapillary and cribriform patterns with focal necrosis and calcifications. Estrogen receptor was positive at 95%, and progesterone receptor was also positive at 99%. No invasive carcinoma was seen.
Stage
  0
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Session Name
  Breast Specialist Dr. Ben Smith- May 12, 2022
Session ID
  11807
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