ct scan results???
The report confirms that there is a mass in the area where you felt a lump, and the radiologist recommends that the area be removed by open surgery (called excisional biopsy or lumpectomy), rather than trying to analyze it by core biopsy (pulling out small pieces through a needle).
The BI-RADS 4 rating means it raises suspicion and a biopsy is needed; however, many BI-RADS 4 abnormalities turn out to be non-malignant. Easier said than done, but try not to worry too much. (If it were highly suspicious for malignancy, it would have been labeled BI-RADS 5.)
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Wishing you all the best,
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