Evolving entities and changing concepts in breast pathology.

Abstract

Among the evolving entities and changing concepts in breast pathology are those relating to columnar cell hyperplasia, pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia, mucocele-like lesions, pleomorphic lobular carcinoma in situ, pseudo-Paget's disease of nipple, microinvasive carcinoma of breast, spindle cell metaplastic carcinoma, and minimal metastatic disease in axillary lymph nodes. Pathologists, as well as physicians involved in the management of breast diseases, need to be aware of these recent developments in breast pathology since the recognition and understanding thereof may have considerable clinical relevance.

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@article{Hoda2003EvolvingEA, title={Evolving entities and changing concepts in breast pathology.}, author={Syed A. Hoda and Sun-Mi Chung and Anuradha Gopalan}, journal={Breast cancer}, year={2003}, volume={10 4}, pages={294-300} }