Intraductal papillomas are the most common subtype of papillomas, which are benign neoplasms of the breast. An intraductal papilloma is usually found as a solitary mass which originates in the major duct of the breast. Intraductal papilloma cases are frequently presented as nipple discharge and most commonly occur in individuals between the ages of 30 and 55 years. Few reports exist regarding cases of intraductal papillomas in children. We report a case of an intraductal papilloma, with imaging findings, which occurred in the breast of an 11-year old girl and presented as bloody nipple discharge.