Irina Sosnovskikh

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Background Paget’s disease of the breast is an uncommon presentation of breast malignancy, accounting for 1–3% of all the breast tumors and presents in different histopathologic patterns: in association with an underlying invasive or non invasive carcinoma, or without any underlying neoplasia. In the literature, different methods are used for the treatment.(More)
Secondary breast angiosarcomas are a well-known entity generally characterized by a poor outcome, especially in patients with advanced disease. Among the drugs with demonstrated activity, taxane derivatives are one of the most effective histology-driven treatments against angiosarcomas. We report two cases of secondary breast angiosarcoma, both(More)
Breast carcinoma is a rare disease in men, and bilateral cases are extremely uncommon. The rarity of male breast carcinoma and the small number of large studies on this topic have made it necessary to extrapolate treatment standards and outcomes from those established for women. Between 1997 and 2007, 75 men with breast cancer were referred to our(More)
Sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) is a staging technique with a significant impact on patients' quality of life: the oncological effectiveness in a large number of patients affected by breast carcinoma has been already demonstrated, and the clinical research is now focusing on new indication for the biopsy and widespread adoption of the technique. At the(More)
Stefano Meroni, MD,* Oana Moscovici, MD, Simona Menna, Msc,* Giuseppe Renne, MD, Irina Sosnovskikh, MD, Valentina Rossi, MD, and Enrico Cassano, MD* *Breast Imaging Division, European Institute of Oncology, Milano, Italy; Pathology Division, European Institute of Oncology, Milano, Italy; Ospedale San Paolo Scuola di Specializazzione in Radiodiagnostica,(More)
Purpose Many physicians recommend mastectomy in case of multifocal (MF) or multicentric (MC) breast cancer due to a theoretical risk of poor local control with less extensive surgery. We retrospectively evaluate outcome of patients with MF/MC cancers who had breast conservation with specific attention on local control and predictive factors of recurrence.(More)
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