Marcia Edelweiss

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The most common genetic alterations found in a wide variety of cancers are p53 tumor suppressor gene mutations. p53 appears to be a nuclear transcription factor that plays a role in the control of(More)
Phyllodes tumours (PTs) are breast fibroepithelial lesions that are graded based on histological criteria as benign, borderline or malignant. PTs may recur locally. Borderline PTs and malignant PTs(More)
Background Radial sclerosing lesions (RSLs) of the breast are benign lesions that can mimic carcinoma on mammography and are frequently associated with malignancy. Guidelines for the selection of(More)