Introduction. Certain clinicopathological factors are associated with a higher likelihood of distant metastases in primary breast cancer. However, there remains inconsistency in which patients undergo formal staging for distant metastasis and the most appropriate investigation(s). Aims. To identify UK surgeon preferences and practice with regard to staging… (More)
Learning objectives This pictorial series illustrates four cases with interesting imaging presentations of some unusual primary and secondary breast malignancies and aims to exemplify the range of appearances of malignancy and stimulate discussion of atypical differential diagnoses in appropriate cases.
Although lipomas are relatively common and found in most anatomical sites, we are not aware of any previous reports of lipomas arising between the two layers of the deep temporal fascia above the zygomatic arch. This is surprising because a fat pad is seen and used during surgery in this area to protect the frontal branch of the facial nerve. This case… (More)