Fibrocystic breast changes

Summary of Fibrocystic breast changes
Fibrocystic breast change is a condition characterized by noncancerous breast lumps which can cause discomfort, often related to hormonal influences from the menstrual cycle

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Fibrocystic breast changes are most common in (premenopausal/postmenopausal)   women.

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A 40-year-old woman comes to the primary care clinic because she realized that a firm, round 2 cm mass in her right breast has not gone away after her menstrual period. The firm lump has remained for the last 6 weeks. She has had chronic tenderness in both breasts and she notes that multiple lumps in her breasts would come and go at different times in her menstrual cycle. Which of the following diagnostic modalities would confirm this patient's diagnosis?