Sample Type / Medical Specialty: Radiology
Sample Name: Full-Field Digital Mammogram (FFDM) - 1
Bilateral Screening Mammogram Full-Field Digital Mammography (FFDM) (Benign Findings)
(Medical Transcription Sample Report)
Digital screening mammogram.HISTORY:
51-year-old female presents for screening mammography. Patient denies personal history of breast cancer. Breast cancer was reported in her maternal aunt.TECHNIQUE:
Craniocaudal and mediolateral oblique projections of bilateral breasts were obtained on mm/dd/yy. Comparison is made with the previous performed on mm/dd/yy. iCAD Second Look proprietary software was utilized.FINDINGS:
The breasts demonstrate a mixture of adipose and fibroglandular elements. Composition appears similar. Multiple tiny punctate benign-appearing calcifications are visualized bilaterally. No dominant mass, areas of architecture distortion, or malignant-type calcifications are seen. Skin overlying both breasts is unremarkable.IMPRESSION:
Stable and benign mammographic findings. Continued yearly mammographic screening is recommended.
BIRADS Classification 2 - BenignMAMMOGRAPHY INFORMATION:
1. A certain percentage of cancers, probably 10% to 15%, will not be identified by mammography.
2. Lack of radiographic evidence of malignancy should not delay a biopsy if a clinically suspicious mass is present.
3. These images were obtained with FDA-approved digital mammography equipment, and iCAD SecondLook Software Version 7.2 was utilized.
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