27 September 2021>: Articles
Radiological and Histological Correlation in Small Cell Neuroendocrine Carcinoma of the Breast: A Case Report
Challenging differential diagnosis, Rare diseaseMaha M. Gharaibeh A* , Eyhab A. Elobeid A , Mwaffaq A. El-heis B , Lama A. Bataineh B , Mohammed S. Alorjani D
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e932274
Figure 1. Left breast mass. Mammogram (A. Craniocaudal view [CC]. B. Mediolateral view [MLO]) shows a partially defined spherical hyperdense mass lesion seen in the left breast upper outer quadrant and a benign-appearring left axillary lymph node. Ultrasound scan (C) showed a well-defined solid hypoechoic mass lesion with irregular margin, measuring about 1.52×0.89 cm. There was no posterior acoustic shadowing or enhancement.