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A Rose for Emily … and Jennifer and Maria and …
By Pramod Gupta, MD, and Soume Foshee, MD

History
A 61-year-old woman presented with a palpable right breast mass that had been present for two months. Right breast mammography was obtained, followed by a targeted right breast ultrasound. Her previous mammogram, performed two years prior at an outside institution, was not available for comparison. According to the patient, prior mammography results were reported to her as benign. The only other relevant past medical history included COPD and hyperlipidemia. Continue reading »
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