These are coarse irregular 'lava-shaped' calcifications. If a specific etiology cannot be given, a description of the calcifications should include their morphology and distribution using the descriptions given in the BI-RADS atlas 1. Figure 1. If you have calcifications as a new finding on your mammogram, the radiologist reading your images has to figure out whether they have any features suggestive of an underlying cancer.
How they’re found
They do not need biopsy or follow-up. Multimedia Breast calcifications.