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Correspondence: M Muttarak, email@example.com
An 83-year-old man presented with a painless lump in his left breast for one year. Mammograms showed an ill-defined uncalcified high-density subareolar mass in the left breast and minimal fibroglandular density radiating beneath the nipple into the fatty tissue of the right breast. US showed an irregular, heterogeneously-hypoechoic mass with mild posterior transmission. The differential diagnosis of breast enlargement in men is discussed. Mammographical and US features of gynaecomastia and male breast carcinoma are presented.
Keywords: breast abnormalities, breast, male, breast neoplasms, mammography
Singapore Med J 2003; 44(8): 433-437