Svetlana Oprić

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Radial scar is a confusing lesion of the breast which represent a premalignant lesion. It looks like a tubular carcinoma but histologically we can see two rows of cells in tubules. Mammographically there are some typical but not specific signs: (1) the presence of the central radiolucency, (2) the presence of radial long thin spicules, (3) varying(More)
BACKGROUND We present a surgical technique and the preliminary results of breast cancer excision after insertion of a specially constructed marking needle into the tumor, controlled by intraoperative ultrasound. Resection margins were projected in six directions by ultrasound measurements, determined in relation to the needle, and resection was done in(More)
Phyllodes tumors and fibroadenomas are the most common benign breast tumors. They arise from intralobular fibrous tissue as a unique lesion and after a period of time they differentiate in two direction: to fibroadenoma and to phyllodes tumors. Fibroadenomas grow up to 2-3 cm and then stop growing but phyllodes tumors grow continually and sometimes are to(More)
UNLABELLED Breast phyllodes tumors (FT) belong the fibroapitelial group of breast tumors arising in terminal ductulo-lobular unit (TDLU). Their incidence do not exceed 1% of all breast tumors. Biologicaly they can be divided into benign, borderline and malignant group. Incomplete tumor excision can be the reason for local reccurence. Malignant form of FT(More)
Authors analysed 15 cases with visceral metastasis of melanoma. In eight cases the primary was unknown but in seven cases the data about primary was known. From 15 patients 10 were male and 5 female. All metastases were in abdominal cavity (liver-3, abdominal lymph nodes-4. stomach-2, bowel-4, omentum-1, spleen-1, oesophagus-1, adrenal-2 cases. In one case(More)
Authors analyzed 143 cases of breast Paget disease with special emphasis on basic tumor process and on immune histochemical characteristics of tumor cells. Breast Paget disease represent special clinical presentation of the breast tumor. The most often tumor in the breast are ductal carcinoma in situ, ductal carcinoma and in rare instance lobular carcinoma(More)
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