Benign core biopsy of probably benign breast lesions 2 cm or larger

Correlation with excisional biopsy and long-term follow-up

Hyun Kyung Jung, Hee Jung Moon, minjung Kim, Eunkyung Kim

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Purpose: To evaluate the accuracy of benign core biopsy of probably benign breast lesions (category 3) 2 cm or larger on the basis of excisional biopsy and long-term follow-up. Methods: We retrospectively reviewed 146 category 3 lesions in 146 patients 2 cm or larger which were diagnosed as benign by ultrasound (US)-guided core biopsy. Patients were initially diagnosed as benign at core needle biopsy and then followed up with excisional biopsy (surgical excision, n=91; US-guided vacuum assisted excision, n=35) or breast ultrasonography (n=20). Results: Of the 126 patients who underwent surgical excision or US-guided vacuum-assisted excision, 114 patients were diagnosed with benign lesions, 10 patients with borderline lesions (benign phyllodes tumor), and two patients with malignant phyllodes tumors. The probabilities of lesions being benign, borderline and malignant were 91.8% (134/146), 6.8% (10/146), and 1.4% (2/146), respectively. Of 13 patients who had growing masses on follow-up ultrasonography, three (23.1%) were non-benign (two benign phyllodes tumors and one malignant phyllodes tumor). Conclusion: US-guided core needle biopsy of probably benign breast mass 2 cm or larger was accurate (98.6%) enough to rule out malignancy. But, it was difficult to rule out borderline lesions even when they were diagnosed as benign.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)200-205
Number of pages6
JournalUltrasonography
Volume33
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014 Feb 26

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Phyllodes Tumor
Breast
Biopsy
Large-Core Needle Biopsy
Vacuum
Mammary Ultrasonography
Ultrasonography
Neoplasms

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  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging

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Benign core biopsy of probably benign breast lesions 2 cm or larger : Correlation with excisional biopsy and long-term follow-up. / Jung, Hyun Kyung; Moon, Hee Jung; Kim, minjung; Kim, Eunkyung.

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