Henry Suarez RDMS (AB, OB/GYN, PS) RVT Gynecomastia Gynecomastia is benign proliferation of ductal epithelium in the retroareolar region in men, believed to have been first introduced in the second century A.D. The phrase gynecomastia (also spelled gynaecomastia); “gyne” (Greek, γυνή/gyne which means woman or female) and “mastos” (Greek mastos “woman’s breast,”). The first mention… Read More Gynecomastia


Case An adolescent patient presented for ultrasound with a history of tachycardia and diaphoresis. On ultrasound examination a heterogenous mass was seen medial to the left renal pelvis which was determined to be extra adrenal pheochromocytoma after further investigation. Pheochromocytoma’s are rare adrenal tumors that arise from the medulla (chromaffin cell tumors) derived from the… Read More Pheochromocytoma

Phyllodes Tumor

Henry Suarez RDMS (AB, OB/GYN, PS) RVT Phyllodes Tumor Phyllodes tumors are uncommon breast lesions that consist of connective tissue and epithelium. The spectrum of behavior from phyllodes ranges from benign (comparable to fibroadenoma) to malignant with metastatic potential. Historically these lesions were called cystosarcoma phyllodes, though now are referred to as phyllodes due to… Read More Phyllodes Tumor