Inflammatory breast cancer is an exceptional as well as antagonistic form of breast cancer. It may not be detected on a mammogram or ultrasound test. However, the woman diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) may have some physical changes in their breasts.
According to Dr. Virginia Borges of the Cancer Center at the University of Colorado, the physical changes may be in the form of a dimple, pimples or inflammation on the breast.
Most of the time, these kind of changes relates to an infection. If the physical signs do not depart away within two weeks, a consultation with experts is required as soon as possible.