Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Breast cancer on a mammogram

Dark areas are the normal adipose breast tissue. Lighter areas are denser fabric. The white area is the most dense, indicating a tumor (cancer).Breast Cancer Tumor on Mammogram Breast Cancer tumor on MammogramNational Cancer Institute Description: shown is a mammogram of a grease with a breast cancer clear, indicated by an arrow in the lower right corner.

A cancerous tumor in the breast is a mass of breast tissue that is growing abnormally, uncontrolled. The tumour may invade surrounding tissues or cells shed into the bloodstream or lymphatic.


Dr. Dwight Kaufman. Diagnosis: cancer: Mammography (obvious) National Cancer Institute. February 1994.

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