breast cancer

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cancer of the breast

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Hormone replacement therapy containing progestins and given continuously increases breast carcinoma risk in Sweden.
Reoperative sentinel lymph node biopsy: a new option for patients with primary or locally recurrent breast carcinoma.
Differences in breast carcinoma characteristics in newly diagnosed African American and Caucasian patients: a single-institution compilation compared with the National Cancer Institute's Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results database.
Eligibility criteria were stage I or II breast carcinoma confirmed to be less than 3 cm, and 0-3 positive axillary nodes without extracapsular extension.
The utility of estrogen receptor and progesterone receptor immunohistochemistry in the distinction of metastatic breast carcinoma from other tumors in the liver.
However, practical considerations will contribute to the decision which classification, if any, is chosen by an institution to report breast carcinoma response after NACT.
Polysomy 17 has been reported in breast carcinoma cases with borderline or low Her2/ neu protein concentrations in the absence of gene amplification (5, 6).
This calcification pattern could potentially be used to differentiate from metastatic breast carcinoma, which typically demonstrates pleomorphic lymph node calcifications.
The incidence of occult breast carcinoma in other series ranges from 0.
The treatment of early stage breast carcinoma involves either lumpectomy followed by radiotherapy or mastectomy.
This type of papillary disease is associated with only a slightly increased risk of breast carcinoma (1.
Immunohistochemical and clinical characterization of the basal-like subtype of invasive breast carcinoma.
18) As with any type of breast carcinoma, these patients should be examined carefully in the context of a multidisciplinary team to decide the best surgical management.
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