Amy R Yactor

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Inflammatory breast carcinoma is a rare and aggressive type of breast cancer that is definitively diagnosed by histologic evaluation showing invasive tumor cells in the dermal lymphatic system. Associated dermal calcifications are not typically identified. We report an unusual case in which inflammatory breast carcinoma led to the presence of pleomorphic(More)
The isolated finding of calcific deposits within axillary lymph nodes on mammography suggests a broad range of differential diagnoses, from benign causes such as granulomatous reaction secondary to previous histoplasmosis infection to malignancies such as breast cancer and metastatic disease from extramammary primary malignancies. Therefore, the isolated(More)
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