Breast cancer associated with an accessory nipple
- 1Radiology Department, Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds, UK
- 2Breast Surgery Department, York Hospital, York, UK
- 3Radiology Department, York Hospital, York, UK
- Correspondence to Dr James Haselden,
A 90-year-old female presented with a new mass along the anterolateral aspect of her chest wall. On clinical examination a hard, irregular subcutaneous lump inferior to the left inframammary fold and lateral to an accessory nipple was observed (figure 1).