Breast fine-needle aspiration samples reported as "proliferative breast lesion": clinical utility of the subcategory "proliferative breast lesion with atypia".

@article{Zhao2009BreastFA,
  title={Breast fine-needle aspiration samples reported as "proliferative breast lesion": clinical utility of the subcategory "proliferative breast lesion with atypia".},
  author={Chengquan Zhao and Anwar Sultana Raza and S. Eric Martin and Jiangqiu Pan and Timothy S Greaves and Camilla J Cobb},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={2009},
  volume={117 2},
  pages={137-47}
}
BACKGROUND The fine-needle aspiration (FNA) diagnosis of proliferative breast lesion is an indeterminate category. The aim of this correlative study was to determine whether a subcategory of "proliferative breast lesion with atypia" was achievable and whether this subcategory has management utility. METHODS Breast FNA cases from 2000 through 2005… CONTINUE READING