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Radial scars are often excised to exclude malignancy; however, observation following a core biopsy may also be considered.
Micrograph of a radial scar (breastpathology.info)
The physical features of ulegyria consist of small radial scars which occupy the cortical sulci.
Radial scars are diagnosed by a microscopic examination of excised tissue, i.e. they are diagnosed by pathologists based on their histomorphology.
Radial scars are spiculated masses characterized microscopically by a sclerotic appearing (i.e. scar like) center with peripheral entrapped normal breast ducts and lobules.
Jacobs TW, Byrne C, Colditz G, et al.: Radial scars in benign breast-biopsy specimens and the risk of breast cancer.
The microwaves induce electric currents in the metal film, which heats up, melting the plastic in the disc and leaving a visible pattern of concentric and radial scars.
In breast pathology, a radial scar of the breast, formally radial scar of the breast and also known as complex sclerosing lesion of the breast or simply complex sclerosing lesion, is a benign breast lesion that can radiologically mimic malignancy, i.e. cancer.