In the context of breast microcalcifications, what is the difference between "amorphous" and "heterogeneous"?
So often the wild and crazy calcifications of DCIS are incorrectly referred to as amorphous. In fact, this means "without form; or without shape". They actually have very well defined shapes if you look at them carefully. The correct term would be "heterogeneous" meaning multiple shapes and forms.
Single benign lobular calcifications and not anything else of note.