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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and all month, we’re sharing interesting cases from the Radiology Partners’ national subspecialty division (NSD) for breast imaging.

Dr. Dana Bonaminio

Dr. Dana Bonaminio

Our NSD is made up of practicing breast imaging radiologists from across the entire practice. As the lead for the NSD, I partner with a small team of subspecialty experts that make up an advisory board. We aim to enhance best practice recommendations, elevate image quality and patient care and update current standards throughout RP’s network of practices, all to deliver excellent radiology services to patients, referring clinicians and client partners.

Part of that is sharing what we see and what we learn. Throughout the month, check back here and on TwitterLinkedIn and Instagram to see interesting cases and our findings.


This case shows a 65-year-old woman presenting with bilateral axillary palpable areas of concern for three months.

This case includes a 70-year-old woman, called back for a right breast focal asymmetry from a screening mammogram.

This case shows a 20-year-old female showing multiple bilateral palpable areas with an enlarging mass in the right breast.

This case shows a 77-year-old male with a palpable mass in the right breast.

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This case includes a 53-year-old female with an enlarging mass in the right breast.

See more about how we’ve recognized previous Breast Cancer Awareness Months. Visit our 2021 blog where breast imaging radiologists shared why they chose their subspecialty and our 2022 blog featuring a radiologist going the extra mile to provide mammography and other radiology services in hard-to-reach places.

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