What is heterogeneously dense breast tissue?

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Dense breast tissue is made up of less fat and more connective tissue. They are somewhat related to breast cancers because the tumors and these tissues both appear to be white in a mammogram. Heterogeneously dense breast tissue implies that there are several areas of the breast with dense breast tissue, but they are not clustered together.
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it is a cancer cells?
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It states that you have normal breast tissue.
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It sounds like they said that they found a little bit of unusual material that they weren't expecting to see but I DO NOT think that's really anything to worry about! Did they explain
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Well first of all, if you have dense breast tissues, mammography & ultrasound scans are NOT enough. You also SHOULD have MRI breast scans. The reason is that dense breast tissues
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During a mammogram, a medical technician may discover that a patient has heterogeneously dense breasts. This medical term refers to extremely dense glandular tissue ...
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