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The top-hat and watershed algorithms of mathematical morphology have been applied to detect automatically and segment microcalcifications on mammograms digitized to a pixel resolution of 40 microns using a CCD camera. The database comprised 38 cases from the breast assessment clinic in Liverpool. For all cases, both craniocaudal (CC) and lateral oblique(More)
INTRODUCTION Mycobacterium fortuitum is a rapidly growing group of nontuberculous mycobacteria more common in patients with genetic or acquired causes of immune deficiency. There have been few published reports of Mycobacterium fortuitum associated with breast infections mainly associated with breast implant and reconstructive surgery. CASE PRESENTATION(More)
This case demonstrates how hyperpigmentation of the nipple due to Paget's disease can imitate malignant melanoma presenting a diagnostic dilemma. A 62-year-old woman was referred by her GP to the West Sussex Breast Unit with a pigmented lesion on her left nipple that had been increasing in size for six months. She had recently moved back to the UK after(More)
Primitive neuroectodermal tumour (PNET) is a rare tumour mainly found in children under ten years old. It may be broadly categorised into those occurring from the central or peripheral nervous system of which the majority arise centrally. We report a 61 year-old lady who had previous lobular breast cancer presenting with a rapidly expanding lesion in her(More)
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