Series introduction:Clinicopathological approach for breast disease: current trends in radiology, immunohistochemistry, and electron microscopy

@article{Moriya2005SeriesIA,
  title={Series introduction:Clinicopathological approach for breast disease: current trends in radiology, immunohistochemistry, and electron microscopy},
  author={Ph.D. Takuya Moriya},
  journal={Medical Molecular Morphology},
  year={2005},
  volume={38},
  pages={203-203}
}
The number and incidence of breast cancer patients have been increasing among Japanese women. Currently, 1 of about 20 Japanese women may suffer from breast cancer during her life, which may be because (1) the real incidence of breast cancer has increased, according to altered lifestyle and hormonal status in Japanese women, and (2) earlier detection of breast cancer has been advanced by screening mammography. A symposium, entitled “Pathology and clinical medicine of breast diseases” was held… CONTINUE READING