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Covering the entire spectrum of this fast-changing field, Diagnostic Imaging: Breast, third edition, is an invaluable resource not only for radiologists, but for all health care professionals involved in the management of breast disease. From screening and diagnostic mammography and tomosynthesis, ultrasound, and MR to contrast-enhanced mammography and molecular imaging, Drs. Wendie Berg and Jessica Leung, along with their expert author team, provide carefully updated information in a concise, bulleted format. Thousands of high-quality illustrations highlight not only image acquisition and interpretation, but also screening guidelines, breast anatomy, genetic testing, image-guided procedures, determining the extent of disease and much more. This book provides essential, clinically-focused details for everyday breast imaging.

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Anatomy and Normal Variants


Breast Overview

Embryology and Normal Development

Nipple-Areolar Complex and Skin

Segmental Anatomy

Pectoralis Muscle and Chest Wall

Neurovascular Supply

Lymph Nodes and Lymphatics


Normal Variants

Axillary Breast Tissue

Pectoralis Muscle and Chest Wall Variants

Sternalis Muscle



Mammography: Positioning

Mammography: Diagnostic


Contrast-Enhanced Mammography/Tomosynthesis



Automated Breast Ultrasound

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Diffusion-Weighted Imaging (MR)

MR Spectroscopy

Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI and BSGI)

Dedicated Breast PET (PEM)


Interpretive Criteria

Approach to the Lexicons of Breast Imaging

Mammography BI-RADS Lexicon and Usage

Ultrasound BI-RADS Lexicon and Usage

MR BI-RADS Lexicon and Usage

Probably Benign Lesions

Molecular Breast Imaging Lexicon (Includes BSGI)

Breast PET Lexicon and Usage

Lesion Imaging Characteristics


Circumscribed and Obscured Margins

Intramammary Lymph Node

Fat-Containing Mass

Microlobulated Margins

Indistinct Margins

Spiculated Margins

High-Density Mass

Calcifications, Typically Benign

Typically Benign Calcifications

Round Calcifications

Milk of Calcium

Calcifications, Not Typically Benign

Punctate Calcifications

Coarse Heterogeneous Calcifications

Amorphous Calcifications

Fine Pleomorphic Calcifications

Fine Linear Calcifications

Calcification Distribution

Diffuse Distribution of Calcifications

Regional Distribution of Calcifications

Grouped Distribution of Calcifications

Linear Distribution of Calcifications

Segmental Distribution of Calcifications

Additional Findings

One-View-Only Findings


Developing Asymmetry

Architectural Distortion

Trabecular Thickening, Edema

Multiple Bilateral Similar Findings

Duct Ectasia

Solitary Dilated Duct

Ultrasound Lesion Characteristics

Margins, Not Circumscribed (US)

Echogenic Rim (US)

Lesion Orientation (US)

Posterior Acoustic Features: Enhancement & Shadowing (US)

Posterior Shadowing (US)

Echogenicity: Anechoic (US)

Echogenicity: Isoechoic, Hypoechoic, and Mixed (US)

Echogenicity: Hyperechoic (US)

Heterogeneous Internal Echogenicity (US)

Simple Cyst (US)

Complicated Cyst With Debris (US)

Clustered Microcysts (US)

Intraductal Mass (US)

Complex Cystic and Solid Masses

Calcifications (US)

MR Findings

Background Parenchymal Enhancement (MR)

T2 Hyperintensity (MR)

Kinetic Assessment (MR)

Dark Internal Septations (MR)

Rim Enhancement (MR)

Focus (MR)

Focal Area, Regional, and Diffuse Enhancement (MR)

Linear Enhancement (MR)

Segmental Enhancement (MR)

Clumped and Clustered Ring Enhancement (MR)

Clustered Ring Enhancement (MR) [DELETE AFTER WENDIE DONE WITH IT]

Histopathologic Diagnoses

Approach to Histopathologic Diagnoses

Benign Lesions

Tubular Adenoma and Nipple Adenoma

Adenosis, Sclerosing Adenosis, Microglandular Adenosis

Apocrine Metaplasia

Columnar Cell Lesions

Cyst, Ruptured/Inflamed

Fat Necrosis, Oil Cyst

Hamartoma (Fibroadenolipoma)


Fibroadenomatoid Change

Fibrocystic Changes



Lipoma and Angiolipoma

Myoepithelial Neoplasms


Papilloma, Benign


Risk Lesions

Radial Scar, Radial Sclerosing Lesions

Atypical Ductal Hyperplasia

Atypical Lobular Hyperplasia

Flat Epithelial Atypia

Lobular Carcinoma In Situ (Classic)

Mucocele-Like Lesions

Atypical Papilloma

Locally Aggressive Lesions


Granular Cell Tumor

Phyllodes Tumor: Benign

Malignant Lesions

DCIS, General

DCIS, Low Grade

DCIS, Intermediate Grade

DCIS, High Grade

DCIS, Micropapillary

Invasive Ductal Carcinoma NOS, General

Invasive Ductal Carcinoma NOS, Grade 1, 2, 3

Invasive Lobular Carcinoma

Invasive Lobular Carcinoma, Pleomorphic

Lobular Carcinoma In Situ, Pleomorphic

Mixed Invasive Ductal and Lobular Carcinoma

Apocrine Carcinoma

Invasive Micropapillary Carcinoma

Luminal A and B Cancers

HER2-Positive Cancer

Triple-Negative and Basal-Like Breast Cancer

Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma

Medullary Carcinoma

Metaplastic Carcinoma

Mucinous Carcinoma

Tubular Carcinoma

Tubulolobular Carcinoma

Encapsulated Papillary Carcinoma

Papillary Carcinoma, Invasive

Phyllodes Tumor: Borderline and Malignant


Lymphoma, Primary Breast

Signs and Symptoms

Approach to Signs and Symptoms of Disease


Nipple Discharge

Nipple Retraction and Inversion

Paget Disease of the Nipple


Epidermoid Cyst

Sebaceous Cyst

Skin Lesions, Other


Skin Retraction

Skin Thickening


Axillary Adenopathy

Axillary Nodal Calcification

Metastatic Adenopathy, Unknown Primary


Palpable Lump or Thickening


Shrunken Breast

Vascular Entities

Mondor Disease

Benign Lesions of Vascular Origin

Postoperative and Post-Treatment Imaging

Approach to Postoperative Imaging Findings

Results of Benign Intervention

Benign Surgical Biopsy, Postoperative Imaging

Post-Core Biopsy and Clip Placement Imaging

Reduction Mammoplasty, Imaging

Implant, Saline

Implant, Silicone

Implant With Multiple Lumina

Implants and Cancer

Silicone Granuloma

Cosmetic Augmentation Injections

Results Following Treatment for Malignancies

Positive or Close Margins

Post Breast-Conserving Surgery

Recurrent Breast Carcinoma

Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy

Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation

Tissue Transfer Reconstruction Imaging

Special Topics

Hormonal Changes

Hormonal Manipulation

Gender Reassignment

Terminology and Imaging Appearance

Cancer and Screening in Transgendered Patients




Lactating Adenoma

Pregnancy-Associated Breast Cancer

Infections and Inflammation


Idiopathic Granulomatous Mastitis


Unusual Infections

Breast Manifestations of Systemic Conditions

Weight Fluctuations

Diabetic Mastopathy/Lymphocytic Lobulitis

Collagen Vascular Disease

Breast Manifestations of Organ Failure




Lymphoma, Secondary

Metastases to Breast



Male Breast


Male, Breast Cancer

Male, Other Neoplasms


Artifacts: Mammography and Tomosynthesis

Artifacts: Ultrasound

Artifacts: MR

Artifacts: Nuclear Medicine

Imaging Safety

Radiation Dose and Safety: Mammography and Tomosynthesis

Gadolinium Safety

Contrast Reactions


Focused Issues in Screening

Approach to Screening

Risk Assessment Models

Screening Mammography

Screening Intervals: Annual vs. Biennial

Screening at Age Extremes (< 40, > 70 Years)

Screening in 5th Decade (40-49 Years)

Interval Cancers

Missed Cancers

CAD and Double Reading

Breast Density

Screening Ultrasound

Screening MR

Abbreviated Breast MR

Personal History of Breast Cancer Surveillance

Prior Chest Radiation Therapy, Surveillance


Indications for Genetic Testing

BRCA1 and BRCA2 Mutation Carriers

Li-Fraumeni Syndrome

Gene Mutations Beyond BRCA

Genetic Testing Techniques (e.g., Oncotype, MammoPrint)


Principles in Treatment

Approach to Breast Cancer

Staging: Breast

Pathology Overview

Surgery Overview

Radiation Therapy Overview

Oncology Overview (Adjuvant and Neoadjuvant)

Focused Issues in Treatment

Approach to Treatment Planning

Multifocal/Multicentric Breast Cancer

Extensive Intraductal Component

Contralateral Breast Cancer

Locally Advanced Breast Cancer

Pectoralis Muscle and Chest Wall Invasion

Skin Invasion

Inflammatory Breast Carcinoma

Internal Mammary Adenopathy

Metastatic Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer in Young Patients (< 40 Years)


Image-Guided Procedures


Cyst Aspiration

Fine-Needle Aspiration Biopsy, Breast

Skin Localization

Ultrasound-Guided Core Biopsy

Ultrasound-Guided Vaccum-Assisted Biopsy

Stereotactic Biopsy, Prone

Stereotactic Biopsy, Upright

MR-Guided Vacuum-Assisted Biopsy

MR-Directed Ultrasound

Imaging-Histopathologic Discordance

Preoperative Wire Localization, Mammography

Preoperative Wire Localization, Ultrasound

Preoperative Wire Localization, MR

Preoperative Localization, Tomosynthesis

Preoperative Radioactive Seed Localization

Preoperative Localization in Axilla

Preoperative Lesion Localization, Bracketing

Preoperative Magnetic, Other Nonradioactive Localization

Specimen Imaging

Image-Guided Thermal Ablation (and Cryotherapy)

Surgical Procedures

Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy

Axillary Lymph Node Dissection

Targeted Axillary Dissection

Breast-Conserving Surgery


Oncoplastic Techniques

Reduction Mammoplasty, Procedure

TRAM and Other Flap Procedures

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