Breast hemangioma in a male patient: Report of a case

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Breast hemangioma is a rare benign tumor in female and extremely rare in males. They are part of vascular tumors. Here, we described the case of a male patient who had a breast hemangioma for 30 years that was diagnosed incidentally in a thorax and abdomen tomography. We briefly review epidemiology, histopathology, clinical, and imaging findings related to breast hemangioma.

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Isaza Zapata, S., Uribe González, R., & González Vasquez, C. M. (2019). Breast hemangioma in a male patient: Report of a case. Radiology Case Reports, 14(4), 427–429.

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