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author:("Ko, Young-yeh")
1.  Foreign Body Granulomas of the Breast Presenting as Bilateral Spiculated Masses 
Korean Journal of Radiology  2001;2(2):113-116.
In Asia, mammography following the injection of foreign materials into the breasts for cosmetic augmentation is frequently seen and diagnosis based on the typical radiologic findings is straightforward.
We report the unusual radiologic findings in two patients with foreign body granulomas caused by injected foreign materials and discovered incidentally during screening work up. The mammographic findings were bilateral, hyperdense, spiculated masses, with occasional microcalcification, and at sonography, markedly hypoechoic, spiculated solid masses, located near the pectoralis muscle and partly extending into it, were observed. These radiologic findings mimicked malignancy.
doi:10.3348/kjr.2001.2.2.113
PMCID: PMC2718101  PMID: 11752980
Breast, abnormalities; Breast radiography

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