Cutaneous Radiation-Associated Angiosarcoma of the Breast: Poor Prognosis in a Rare Secondary Malignancy

@article{Morgan2012CutaneousRA,
  title={Cutaneous Radiation-Associated Angiosarcoma of the Breast: Poor Prognosis in a Rare Secondary Malignancy},
  author={Elizabeth A Morgan and PhD David E. Kozono and Qian Wang and MPH Carlos M. Mery and James E. Butrynski and MPH Elizabeth H. Baldini and Suzanne George and Alessandra F. Nascimento and Msc Chandrajit P. Raut},
  journal={Annals of Surgical Oncology},
  year={2012},
  volume={19},
  pages={3801-3808}
}
Cutaneous radiation-associated angiosarcoma of the breast (CRAASBr) is a rare complication of radiation therapy (RT) administered for primary breast cancer treatment. Although case series have provided clinical and histological descriptions of this disease, to our knowledge, none have identified trends in presentation and treatments that may contribute to outcomes. Demographic, clinical, histopathologic, and outcomes data for all patients presenting with CRAASBr for treatment or consultation at… CONTINUE READING
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