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Beware it's benign: A unique case of concomitant benign breast pathologies.

Complex sclerosing lesion (CSL)/radial scar of breast is a benign entity that can pose a diagnostic challenge due to resemblance to breast carcinoma on imaging. Hamartoma are uncommon benign tumors, composed of disorganized mixture of glandular, fibrous, and adipose tissues, which can exhibit classical imaging characteristics. Here we describe a case of concomitant CSL and hamartoma in left beast, of which CSL presented as suspicious mass on imaging but was ultimately confirmed to be benign on histopathology with 4 years of documented stability.

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