Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large-Cell Lymphoma: A Case Report

We present the case of a 52-year-old female who developed sudden, uncomfortable swelling in her right (reconstructed) breast and small, smooth, firm, mobile nodules with mastitis-like symptoms and without skin ulceration. Image studies and histo-cytopathology examination confirmed the presence breast implantassociated anaplastic large cell lymphoma. The patient was treated with implant removal.

Author(s): Carmen Herrero-Vicent, Garcia-Agudo S, González-Álvarez A, Fernández-Landazuri S, Smith S, Ferrer AI and Ruiz A

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