Breast Lymphoma: Mammographic, Sonographic, and MR Findings

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Abstract

Primary and secondary breast lymphomas are rare, accounting for approximately 0.15% of all breast malignancies.1,2 Most cases have been reported in women, with rare cases involving the male breast.3 The reported age range is 13 to 88 years; in the 15 cases we have seen, the age range is 52 to 95 years.2,4,5 Although multiple studies showed a slight preference for the involvement of the right breast, in our collection of cases no significant difference was found.

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