Bilateral synchronous breast cancer: mode of detection and comparison of histologic features between the 2 breasts.

@article{Hungness2000BilateralSB,
  title={Bilateral synchronous breast cancer: mode of detection and comparison of histologic features between the 2 breasts.},
  author={Eric S. Hungness and Malek M. Safa and Elizabeth A. Shaughnessy and Bernard S Aron and Paula Gazder and Harold Hawkins and Elyse E Lower and Connie S Seeskin and Rawia S Yassin and Per Olof Hasselgren},
  journal={Surgery},
  year={2000},
  volume={128 4},
  pages={702-7}
}
BACKGROUND Bilateral synchronous breast cancer is uncommon (accounting for 1.0%-2.6% of all patients with breast cancer), and most physicians do not accumulate a large personal experience of patients with this disease. We reviewed our experience with patients with bilateral synchronous breast cancer, focusing on the mode of detection and histologic features in the 2 breasts. METHODS The charts of patients who were treated at this institution for bilateral synchronous breast cancer during the… CONTINUE READING

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