Case Report

Angiosarcoma of the Breast with Solitary Metastasis to the Ovary during Pregnancy: An Uncommon Pattern of Metastatic Disease

Figure 1

(a) Computed tomography (CT) scan show multifocal masses in the deep parenchyma of the right breast (arrowed); the largest measuring 4.6 cm in maximum diameter. (b) Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan showed a large 19 × 17 × 8.3 cm smooth, circumscribed homogeneous solid mass in the left upper quadrant (arrowed), which was seen to displace the gravid uterine fundus to the left of the midline (dotted arrow), without mural invasion.