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E1355. Breast Masses in Children and Adolescents
Authors
  1. Cherie Kuzmiak; Guelph Medical Imaging; UNC School of Medicine
Background
Breast development is part of puberty changes among adolescents. Breast masses in children and adolescents are rare but often different from adult breast masses.

Educational Goals / Teaching Points
The goals of the exhibit are to identify the ultrasound features of normal breast development; describe the role of ultrasound in the study of breast lesions in children and adolescents; and review the spectrum of breast masses in children and adolescents.

Key Anatomic/Physiologic Issues and Imaging Findings/Techniques
Through various examples, this exhibit will offer practical tips to the radiologists and propose evidence-based algorithms for the diagnosis and management of breast masses among in children and adolescents.

Conclusion
Through varies examples, this exhibit will offer practical tips to the radiologists as well as propose evidence-based algorithms for the diagnosis and management of breast masses among in children and adolescents.