Recurrent Carcinoma in a Breast Reconstructed with an Implant

and another group of suspicious lesions appears in the contralateral breast. The left-sided lesion is a recurrence until proven otherwise. The finding in the right breast must also be examined histologically.

Fig. 12.25 a This T2-weighted and fat saturated MRI sequence shows the intact implant in the left breast three years after the resection of a carcinoma. b After contrast administration, an enhancing lesion is appreciated medially in the left breast and another group of suspicious lesions appears in the contralateral breast. The left-sided lesion is a recurrence until proven otherwise. The finding in the right breast must also be examined histologically.

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