A primary nipple lymphoma diagnosed by a modified fine-needle aspiration method.

Abstract

Primary breast lymphomas are uncommon. All reported primary breast lymphomas were in the breast parenchyma. Here we reported the first case of primary nipple lymphoma in a 76-year-old woman initially diagnosed using a modified fine-needle aspiration method. The aspirated material by this method had yielded adequate material for both cytomorphologic and… (More)

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@article{Wang2012APN, title={A primary nipple lymphoma diagnosed by a modified fine-needle aspiration method.}, author={Peng Wang and Xiao-meng Yu}, journal={Diagnostic cytopathology}, year={2012}, volume={40 8}, pages={719-23} }