High Risk Lesions in Breast Fellows Webinar

February 2017
Moderator: Gretchen M. Ahrendt, MD, FACS (Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC), Susan K. Boolbol, MD (Beth Israel Medical Center and St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital Center)
Discussant: Amy Degnim, MD (Mayo Clinic)
Presenting Fellows: Kelsey Larson, MD (Cleveland Clinic Foundation), Christine Harris, MD (Anne Arundel Medical Center), & Tolga Ozmen, MD (University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital)


Suggested reading materials:


Upgrade rates of high-risk breast lesions diagnosed on core needle biopsy: a singleinstitution experience and literature review

Papilloma on Core Biopsy: Excision vs. Observation

Breast Intraductal Papillomas Without Atypia in Radiologic- Pathologic Concordant Core-Needle Biopsies: Rate of Upgrade to Carcinoma at Excision

Current management of lesions associated with an increased risk of breast cancer

Surgical excision of radial scars diagnosed by core biopsy mayhelp predict future risk of breast cancer

Radial Scar at Percutaneous Breast Biopsy That Does Not Require Surgery

Radial Scar at Image-guided Needle Biopsy: Is Excision Necessary?

Isolated radial scar diagnosis by core‑needle biopsy: Is surgical excision necessary?

Core Breast Biopsies Showing Lobular Carcinoma In Situ Should Be Excised andSurveillance Is Reasonable for Atypical Lobular Hyperplasia

Incidence of Adjacent Synchronous Invasive Carcinoma and/or Ductal Carcinoma In-situ in Patients with Lobular Neoplasia on Core Biopsy: Results from a Prospective Multi-Institutional Registry (TBCRC 020)