Chest wall swelling masquerading as breast mass
Vinay Kumar, Seema Singh, Mridula Shukla, Mohan Kumar and Manoj Pandey
World Journal of Pathology 2012, 1:1
A 26 year old female presented with complaints of a hard breast lump for last 2 months. There was no history of fever, pain in the breast or nipple discharge. On clinical examination a 4-5 cm hard lump with smooth surface and well defined margin was found over the right chest wall underlying the right pectoralis major muscle and right breast. The breast parenchyma was unremarkable. There were no axillary, supraclavicular or internal mammary lymphadenopathy.