of a benign breast lesion. Do not forget the right breast! Arrows are pointing to a pseudonodular area of dense parenchyma with duct ectasia in the transition of lower quadrants. Right axillary lymphadenopathies are present too. What is your diagnosis?
of a benign breast lesion. Dynamic contrast-enhanced MR study. Non-enhanced (A), early (B) and late (C, D) T1 FAT SAT images. The right lesion assumes a nodular shape and presents an increased paramagnetic contrast enhancement.