Category Archives: Breast

Breast Pathology: Ductal carcinoma in situ

Is a clonal non invasive proliferation in breast involving ducts (although may involve lobules termed cancerization). A precursor of invasive ca. Most commonly seen as microcalcifications – rod shaped, branching in high grade and granular in low grade. Tx WLE … Continue reading

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Breast Pathology: Intraductal epithelial proliferations

Usual type epithelial hyperplasia: Peripheral slit like spaces Streaming Mixed population Uneven distribution and overlapping of nuclei Variation in appearances including oval nuclei mosaic pattern of staining with Ck5, Ck14 and ER pos punctate necrosis and ocasional nonatypical mitoses may … Continue reading

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