Intraductal spread of invasive breast carcinoma has a positive correlation with c-erb B-2 overexpression and vascular invasion.

@article{Jing1999IntraductalSO,
  title={Intraductal spread of invasive breast carcinoma has a positive correlation with c-erb B-2 overexpression and vascular invasion.},
  author={Xuefeng Jing and Kennichi Kakudo and Masashi Murakami and Yasushi Nakamura and Misa Nakamura and Toyoharu Yokoi and Qifeng Yang and Shoji Oura and Tatsuo Sakurai},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={1999},
  volume={86 3},
  pages={439-48}
}
BACKGROUND Studies of the histologic characteristics and biologic behavior of the intraductal spread of breast carcinoma are critically important in that they may lead to the identification of a unique spread pattern rather than a noninvasive lesion. METHODS Paraffin embedded specimens of 187 primary invasive breast carcinomas and 4 noninvasive ductal… CONTINUE READING