A 50 yr old post menopausal female presented with breast lump. Got a mammo done. Please comment on the film

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irregular inhomogeneous lesion with micro calcifications and complete retraction of nipple with multiple calcified lesions s/o malignant breast lump with metastatic Lymph nodes. BIRADS 5 Lesion.
as there is demand of comments on the films I gave this much detail otherwise investigations and management most of us knows
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Mammogram shows architectural destruction,irregular pattern,increased density and calcification.Highly suspicious of malignancy.FNAC is required.
Tru cut needle biopsy is preferred
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This is a definite malignant lump. To confirm she needs a true city biopsy later Mastectomy
Trucut biopsy of the lump. Histopathology along with ER/PR and HER-2 studies.
Hpe ....fnac.... tru cut biopsy. . Er /pr nd her 2 neu status to confirm
BIRADS-5 lesion. F.N.A.C is required. Looks like a malignancy of breast
BIRADS 5 LESION adv TRUCUT BIOPSY AND STAGING WORKUP
Radical mastectomy.
There is no need of radical mastectomy. Modified Radical mastectomy is the Gold standard!
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BIRADS5need bipsy
Breast tissue is i inhomogeneous outlines is irregular Dmultiple area’s of dense with increased fibrotic calcification Micro-calcification with lymphatic infiltration is seen Nipple is retracted completely Diagnosis is malignant lesions 3 rd stage ? Biopsy will confers post menopausal hormone receptor study is required than plan accordingly Surgery prior hormonal therapy down staging and MRM requires fallow up later
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