Clinical relevance of the distribution of the lesions in 500 consecutive breast cancer cases documented in large-format histologic sections.

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BACKGROUND Breast carcinoma is a heterogeneous group of diseases deviating from each other not only in their clinical manifestations and outcome but also in their histologic appearance. The submacroscopic morphology of breast carcinomas, the distribution of the lesions, and the extent of the disease are seldom studied. Even more infrequently are these… (More)

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