So, I picked up a hard copy of the results today to carry in to my appointment next week. Really interesting reading. Funny even....
BILATERAL DIGITAL SCREENING MAMMOGRAPHY WITH CAD: 08-20-08
This is the patient's initial visit. She gives no history of familial breast cancer or other significant risk factors. We have performed CC and MLO views using the Logic Digital System. CAD was utilized. CC and MLO views have been obtained. The breasts are normal to small in size with normal skin and erect nipples. Several cutaneous moles are marked with radiopaque markers. A small axillary lymphadenopathy is noted. Breast parenchyma has a normal appearance. We see an 11mm slightly lobulated ovoid opacity which is better visualized using magnification but does appear to be a true abnormality. Using the features available on the Logic workstation, acuity was increased in the ML view and the mass can actually be measured at 16mm in that view. It also is much better seen and appears to be well circumscribed. There is a vague fibroadenoma but other possibilities exist. Further evaluation by ultrasound is needed. No other abnormalities are identified.
*laughing where indicated by Italics*