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Fig. 1 | BMC Women's Health

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From: Is surgical excision necessary for the treatment of Granulomatous lobular mastitis?

Fig. 1

Findings of mammography and ultrasonography of two patients with granulomatous lobular mastitis. Patient 1. There was asymmetric increased density on left lower breast (a) and ultrasonography reveals a hypoechoic and irregular shaped mass with ill defined margins (b). Patient 2. Oblique view of left breast demonstrated diffusely increased asymmetric density on left breast and enlarged axillary lymph nodes (c). Ultrasonography showed irregular hypoechoic mass with internal debris with skin thickening, consistent with abscess (d)

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