Teaching Files

Case 20

Contributed by: Steven J. Rockoff, MD and Diana L. Lam, MD - June 1, 2020

A 71-year-old woman presents with a palpable lump. A BB skin marker is placed over the area of concern and a diagnostic mammogram is performed. What is the dominant abnormality?

A. Enlarged axillary lymph node
B. Sebaceous cyst
C. Lipoma
D. Supernumerary nipple