Follow Up Ultrasound- Two Hypoechoic Nodules | Breasts Forum
Ultrasound is an essential breast imaging tool. Initially, the role of breast ultrasound was solely to distinguish cysts from solid masses. However, with major advances in ultrasound technology during the past 20 years, ultrasound can also now distinguish benign and malignant solid breast masses. Ultrasound is now used to evaluate masses seen on mammography and magnetic resonance imaging MRI and may also be used to evaluate clinical breast symptoms such as palpable masses, focal pain and suspicious nipple discharge.
The term "isoechoic" refers to a similar pattern in which echoes are heard, usually between two or more neighboring masses of tissue. Isoechoic conditions are generally picked up by ultrasounds. There are many different types of cancers in which the masses have isoechoic tendencies, or when the masses are so close to each other that it almost seems as if they share the same echo patterns.
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