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Potential uses: Calcium supplements can strengthen bones and prevent osteoporosis, or thinning of the bones. Bone loss is of special concern to women who are taking aromatase inhibitors to treat breast cancer, since bone loss is a side effect of all three aromatase inhibitors. Calcium also can help prevent the weakening of bones that can occur with certain chemotherapy medications. Some studies suggest that calcium may help reduce the risk of certain cancers, such as breast and colorectal cancer, but more research is needed.
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What Causes Breast Calcium Deposits?

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Breast calcifications

Breast biopsies are commonly performed for abnormal, usually clustered, calcifications detected by mammography. Calcium phosphate is the predominant form of calcium seen in breast tissue and is frequently associated with malignancy. Calcium oxalate, which can also be present in breast tissue, has been exclusively associated with benign lesions. Thus, if mammography could distinguish calcium phosphate from calcium oxalate, biopsy could be avoided in some patients. Pathologic findings and corresponding mammograms of 55 patients who underwent biopsy for abnormal calcifications were reviewed.
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Calcification of my left breast

Im 44yrs old living in the Northern Scottish Highlands. She told me its nothing to worry about but best to get it checked at the breast clinic. He thought it best to do a mammogram and ultrasound to be on the safe side. They did about 20, they had to try to get some calcifications. Tears were just rolling down my face the whole time.
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Two distinct forms of microcalcification are found in breast disease. The more commonly recognized type is basophilic and nonbirefringent and consists predominantly of calcium phosphates type II. The other type is a birefringent, colorless crystal that is composed of calcium oxalate type I. It has not been emphasized in the literature that calcium oxalate can produce radiopacities and yet is easily overlooked in tissue sections.

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