By Stuart J Schnitt
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Finally, several common nonproliferative lesions are considered. Biopsy Site Changes Changes related to a prior biopsy are the most common reactive lesions encountered in the breast. The details of the changes observed are related to a variety of factors including the type of procedure performed (needle vs. open surgical biopsy) and the time interval between the original procedure and removal of the subsequent specimen. 1, e-Fig. 1). 1 These are most commonly seen following needle biopsy trauma to lesions with a prominent fibrous stromal component such as papillary lesions and complex sclerosing lesions.
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