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A recurrent headache and cranian bone osteolysis finally lead to a breast cancer diagnosis

M. Vişănescu


Abstract: A 54 year old woman with a recurrent headache was investigated. On the cranian radiography areas of bone resorbtion were identified, a reason for which the evaluation was enlarged. The mammographic exam, 4c BIRADS class (Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System), rised the suspicion of a breast cancer confirmed by the excisional biopsy.
Keywords: headache, breast cancer, bone metastases

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