Lateral and craniocaudal (CC) magnification views demonstrating milk of calcium within a breast cyst
'Teacupping' is a mammographic feature observed when dependent calcium is seen layering within breast cysts. A true lateral view (left image) demonstrates 'tea cup' or crescent-shaped calcifications, whereas on the CC view (right image) the calcifications are viewed from above downwards and usually have a rounded or smudged appearance.
This appearance is characteristic of benign fibrocystic change.
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