Unusual Breast Neoplasm with Diagnostic and Management Challenges

@article{Rana2018UnusualBN,
  title={Unusual Breast Neoplasm with Diagnostic and Management Challenges},
  author={Chanchal Rana and Pooja Ramakant and S. Suresh Babu and Kulranjan Singh and Anand Kumar Mishra and S. P. Mouli},
  journal={Indian Journal of Surgical Oncology},
  year={2018},
  volume={9},
  pages={328-335}
}
With the growing awareness and availability of proper screening methods, detection of breast lump is increasing globally and is now a very sensitive issue for females. The treatment of these lumps ranges from lumpectomy to wide local excision to mastectomy; hence, a proper diagnosis is very important to prevent under- or overtreatment in patients. Breast lesions are the heterogeneous diseases encompassing several distinct entities with remarkably different characteristics. While the more common… 
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