ETUDE RADIOCLINICO-PATHOLOGIQUE DE 29 CYTOSTEATONECROSES MAMMAIRES PRIMITIVES

Translated title of the contribution: Primary mammary cytosteatonecrosis: Radiological, clinical, and pathological features in 29 cases

D. Vanel, C. Bergiron, G. Contesso, G. Kokotek, J. D. Piékarski, P. Markovitz

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Abstract

The authors report 29 cases of primary mammary cytosteatonecrosis. Diagnosis can be difficult when clinical and radiological signs suggest a cancer, and this was the case in about half of these cases. Radiological signs suggest the diagnosis in only 10% of case,s even though the evocative signs (clear images surrounded by a border of condensation) are usually associated with suspicious skin lesions, and require histological verification. Even though lesions that are limited in extent when examined clinically and radiologically may be a cancer, the reverse, though very much less frequent, can also apply, and a very suggestive lesion with spicules and skin retraction may be benign. Histological examination before any major surgery is always essential.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)7-11
Number of pages5
JournalJournal de Radiologie
Volume62
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1981

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  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging
  • Radiological and Ultrasound Technology

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Vanel, D., Bergiron, C., Contesso, G., Kokotek, G., Piékarski, J. D., & Markovitz, P. (1981). ETUDE RADIOCLINICO-PATHOLOGIQUE DE 29 CYTOSTEATONECROSES MAMMAIRES PRIMITIVES. Journal de Radiologie, 62(1), 7-11.

ETUDE RADIOCLINICO-PATHOLOGIQUE DE 29 CYTOSTEATONECROSES MAMMAIRES PRIMITIVES. / Vanel, D.; Bergiron, C.; Contesso, G.; Kokotek, G.; Piékarski, J. D.; Markovitz, P.

In: Journal de Radiologie, Vol. 62, No. 1, 1981, p. 7-11.

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Vanel, D, Bergiron, C, Contesso, G, Kokotek, G, Piékarski, JD & Markovitz, P 1981, 'ETUDE RADIOCLINICO-PATHOLOGIQUE DE 29 CYTOSTEATONECROSES MAMMAIRES PRIMITIVES', Journal de Radiologie, vol. 62, no. 1, pp. 7-11.
Vanel D, Bergiron C, Contesso G, Kokotek G, Piékarski JD, Markovitz P. ETUDE RADIOCLINICO-PATHOLOGIQUE DE 29 CYTOSTEATONECROSES MAMMAIRES PRIMITIVES. Journal de Radiologie. 1981;62(1):7-11.
Vanel, D. ; Bergiron, C. ; Contesso, G. ; Kokotek, G. ; Piékarski, J. D. ; Markovitz, P. / ETUDE RADIOCLINICO-PATHOLOGIQUE DE 29 CYTOSTEATONECROSES MAMMAIRES PRIMITIVES. In: Journal de Radiologie. 1981 ; Vol. 62, No. 1. pp. 7-11.
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