Hi. "Pleomorphic microcalcifications" are small calcifications seen in the mammogram as dotted whitish opacities. "Pleomorphic" means that those calcifications appear in various shapes. The "oval nodule of medium density" looks to me like an ultrasound finding. In breast ultrasound, a probe is used which emits sound waves onto the breast tissue. The density of the tissue is determined from the way the sound bounces off it. It can be low density (e.g. air, water, fluids, blood), medium density (fat), or high density (muscle or any tightly packed tissue). Mass lesions (or "lumps") are classified according to their consistency - they are either solid or cystic (contain fluid). Some mass lesions are a mixture of solid and cystic components (like what they found in your breast). As for "dystrofia fibrocyst", I'm not exactly sure about this term. "Fibrocyst" is a fluid containing mass which has a fibrous capsule, while "distrofia" might refer to "dystrophic" which literally means "defective or faulty growth".
What you probably want to know is whether your results point to a diagnosis of cancer or not. What we are sure of is that you have lumps of various consistencies. Some are solid, and others cystic. The cystic lesions are probably non-cancerous. As for the "oval nodule of medium density", your doctor will order a biopsy if he ever finds it suspicious. The microcalcifications may also need to be investigated further, since some forms of microcalcification may suggest malignancy.
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