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The Mammo Press
Breast Masses: Cancerous Tumor or Benign Lump?
A breast ultrasound is an imaging test that uses inaudible sound waves to look inside your breasts. This non-invasive test is often used as a follow-up test after an abnormal finding on a mammogram, breast MRI, or clinical breast exam. If your doctor discovers a lump during a routine physical exam or mammogram , an ultrasound is the best way to determine if the lump is solid such as a benign fibroadenoma or cancer or fluid-filled such as a benign cyst. An ultrasound is often performed when a mammogram shows something potentially abnormal that needs to be examined in more detail, or if a lump can be easily felt during a clinical breast exam.
Breast Cysts - Breast Ultrasound Images
Breast ultrasound uses sound waves to make a computer picture of the inside of the breast. It can show certain breast changes, like fluid-filled cysts, that are harder to identify on mammograms. Ultrasound is useful for looking at some breast changes, such as lumps especially those that can be felt but not seen on a mammogram or changes in women with dense breast tissue. It also can be used to look at a suspicious area that was seen on a mammogram. Ultrasound is useful because it can often tell the difference between fluid-filled cysts which are very unlikely to be cancer and solid masses which might need further testing to be sure they're not cancer.
A radiologist will look at your mammogram. Radiologists are doctors who diagnose diseases and injuries using imaging tests such as x-rays. When possible, the doctor reading your mammogram will compare it to your old mammograms.