breast cancer

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cancer of the breast

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Breast carcinoma occurring from chronic granulomatous mastitis.
Metaplastic breast carcinomas - analysis of prognostic factors in a case series.
Breast Carcinoma is the most common malignancy among Indian women, [1] and the leading cause for carcinoma related death in women.
Avisar, "A retrospective review with long term follow up of 11,400 cases of pure mucinous breast carcinoma," Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, vol.
TNBC accounts for 10-20% of all breast carcinomas world wide,8 while its proportion in Asian population is up to 25-30%9.
The standard management for occult breast carcinoma is mastectomy or upper outer quadrantectomy.
Proliferative activity is a significant prognostic factor in male breast carcinoma. Am J Pathol, 1994; 145 (2): 481-89.
Key words: Seborrhoeic keratosis, breast carcinoma.
Clinical breast examination and mammography screening should be encouraged in female subjects from the third decade onward for the early detection of breast carcinoma.
The experimental group consists of patients (n = 75) with breast carcinoma (ductal invasive carcinoma n = 65; average of age X = 53, lobular invasive carcinoma n = 8; average of age X = 57, and nondifferentiated breast carcinoma n = 2, average of age X = 44).
Osteolytic bone metastases in breast carcinoma pathogenesis, morbidity and bisphosphonate treatment.
Breast feeding mothers have protection from breast carcinoma, ovarian carcinoma, glucose intolerance and osteoporosis after menopause.
Malignant condition further subdivided into colorectal carcinoma, gastric carcinoma, pancreatic carcinoma, lung carcinoma, breast carcinoma, ovarian cancer, thyroid cancer and others.
Herein, we present two separate cases of parotid gland and tonsillar metastases of breast carcinoma mimicking second primary tumors and a literature review.
According to Nottingham Grading System, breast carcinoma is graded based on tubule formation, nuclear pleomorphism and mitotic rate.
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