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Fat necrosis is a benign inflammatory process which can involve adipose tissue anywhere in the body. A previous history of trauma or surgery may or may not be present. Information about the clinical and radiological appearance of this lesion is very important because it can mimic breast cancer. In this article, we review the features of fat necrosis in different imaging modalities including mammography, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and compare them with histopathologicdoi:10.19187/abc.20152241-45 doaj:3ee0eb406b1f4d3cab4cba73b5f697d3 fatcat:4u7w5uj4hrevfgfntff7twn2ii