What does a cancerous breast look like on an ultra sound?

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anonymous

Learning About Breast Cancer almost 2 years ago
  • anonymous
    Survivor since 2007

    Carrie,
    Sheesh... I was WRONG.... I found a great site that shows what breast cancer lesions look like on an ultrasound. SO sorry for the former post which I deleted and put this instead. http://www.ultrasound-images.com/breast.htm This site shows many different breast cancers. Keep scrolling down and you do not have to download any special "viewer". Take care, Sharon

    almost 2 years ago Flag
    • anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      thanks for putting up that site for images. i've known for years that i have lumps in both breasts and couldnt understand why my doctors said they were nothing to worry about, until this last one that looks different anyway. now i know the...

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      thanks for putting up that site for images. i've known for years that i have lumps in both breasts and couldnt understand why my doctors said they were nothing to worry about, until this last one that looks different anyway. now i know the difference.i can see what they couldnt explain in terms i understood! thanks again Sharon D!

      3 months ago Flag
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  • anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer

    Cysts look like black circles. Breast tissue white and linear. All the tissue looks like it's going in the same direction. Masses tend to be grey and quite irregular. Almost like scribble scrabble. The more irregular, More chance it's cancer.

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  • anonymous
    Stage 2A Patient

    It might help to google words like "breast cancer ultrasound." I tried this and many images showed up. I have very dense breasts. As I recall, the malignancy was dark and the rest of the breast appeared white.

    almost 2 years ago Comment Flag

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