A case control study on risk factors involved in inflammatory breast recurrence after breast-conserving surgery.

@article{Nishimura1998ACC,
  title={A case control study on risk factors involved in inflammatory breast recurrence after breast-conserving surgery.},
  author={Reiki Nishimura and Hiroki Koyama and Fujio Kasumi and Seiki Takashima and Satoshi Kobayashi and Kansei Komaki and Toshika Ohkawa and Eisei Shin and Hiroshi Kodama and Takashi Fukutomi and Tsunehiro Nishi and Hiroshi Sonoo and Shigeo Sano and Izo Kimishima and K Nakaue and Seigo Nakamura and Mikihiro Kusama and Ken Okumura},
  journal={Oncology},
  year={1998},
  volume={55 5},
  pages={391-9}
}
Recurrence that poses the biggest problem after breast-conserving surgery is local recurrence. Particularly, in the case of inflammatory breast recurrence which is rare but has a specific pathologic nature, it is important to elucidate the pathology and risk factors and to consider appropriate countermeasures. In the present study, we classified 133 cases of recurrence following breast-conserving surgery, collected from 18 key hospitals/institutes in Japan. Recurrence types were divided into… CONTINUE READING