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Figure 3: (Human epidermal growth factor receptor type 2/neu 1+). Left cranio-caudal and Left medio-lateral oblique (LCC and LMLO) views digital mammography (a and c) and digital breast tomosynthesis (b and d) images show a dense retroareolar microlobulated mass of 54 mm × 44 mm size with few specks of amorphous calcifications in it; better seen on digital breast tomosynthesis images (b and d) and focal thickening of overlying skin (Breast imaging-reporting and data system 4C)

Figure 3: (Human epidermal growth factor receptor type 2/neu 1+). Left cranio-caudal and Left medio-lateral oblique (LCC and  LMLO) views digital mammography (a and c) and digital breast tomosynthesis (b and d) images show a dense retroareolar microlobulated mass of 54 mm × 44 mm size with few specks of amorphous calcifications in it; better seen on digital breast tomosynthesis images (b and d) and focal thickening of overlying skin (Breast imaging-reporting and data system 4C)