Breast cancer is the most prevalent form of malignancy among women worldwide. Breast cancer can emerge on the skin in two ways: directly, as skin metastases or a direct extension of the tumor; or indirectly, as a paraneoplastic disease. Breast cancer imaging is an essential part of breast cancer screening, diagnosis, preoperative/treatment assessment, and follow-up. The selection of optimal imaging modalities should be contingent upon the patient’s risk factors and breast density since breast cancer imaging necessitates a personalized approach rather than a universal solution. There are a lot of different skin conditions that point to breast cancer, either as a sign of recurring disease, undiagnosed breast cancer, or a condition that puts you at a higher risk of getting it. Even though reconstruction has been shown to improve quality of life for many women, there are still a lot of complicated factors that affect morbidity and results.
This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.