TH Callback Focal Asymmetry
Screening bilateral mammogram with CAD and tomosynthesis.
History: Routine screening.
Findings: CC and MLO views of both breasts with CAD. Tomosynthesis images were also
obtained and analyzed.
Comparison is made to prior going back to _________.
The breasts are largely fatty replaced.
There are scattered fibroglandular densities.
The breasts are heterogeneously dense which could obscure detection of small masses.
The breasts are extremely dense which decreases the sensitivity of mammography.
There is a focal asymmetry noted in the ________ aspect of the (RIGHT OR LEFT) breast.
There are no suspicious clustered microcalcifications or skin thickening on either side.
Impression: Focal asymmetry in the (RIGHT OR LEFT) breast for which diagnostic study will be
Bi-Rads Category: 0 (Additional evaluation recommended)
Approximately 10% of breast cancers are mammographically occult. A normal mammogram
should not preclude further workup or management of a suspicious clinical finding.