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13:45 EDT 14th October 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 231 from The breast journal

Beta-HCG-producing phyllodes tumor.

Mammographic and ultrasonographic concordance in pathologically proven phyllodes tumors: A retrospective study.

Utilization of BioZorb implantable device in breast-conserving surgery.

BioZorb fiducial marker is an implantable device made of six clips to mark the surgical site of tissue removal in three dimensions. The marker facilitates focused radiation therapy, while allowing for tissue ingrowth during the healing process with resorption by the body overtime. Current literature investigating the use of the BioZorb is limited and focused on its value for radiation treatment. Our objective was to investigate the feasibility and surgical complications associated with the BioZorb in breast...

Primary sebaceous carcinoma of the male breast: Case report and review of literature.

Primary sebaceous carcinoma of the breast is an exceedingly uncommon neoplasm that is defined as primary invasive carcinoma of the breast with sebaceous differentiation in more than 50% of cells. All confirmed cases have been reported in women. Herein, we report the case of a 70-year-old man with a primary sebaceous breast carcinoma, the first unequivocal case to be reported thus far in a man.

Tattoo pigment mimicking calcifications in axillary lymph nodes: A pitfall in mammographic imaging evaluation.

A novel monitorization technique for nerve protection during axillary surgery of the breast cancer patients.

Factors affecting survival and treatment efficacy in breast cancer patients with bone marrow metastasis.

A rare presentation of bilateral, synchronous male breast cancer.

Rarity of male breast cancer limits available clinical research and data for management guidance and screening guidelines for patients at high risk. Here, we report on a patient with bilateral, synchronous male breast cancer with discussion of risk factors and need for possible screening.

Primitive marginal lymphoma of the breast.

Cavernous hemangioma of the breast: Radiologic and pathologic findings.

Lacrimal gland metastasis from invasive lobular carcinoma (ER , PR , Her-2 ) as the first manifestation of disseminated breast cancer.

Myoepithelial hyperplasia: A rare mimic of breast cancer on F-FDG PET/CT.

Results obtained with level II oncoplastic surgery spanning 20 years of breast cancer treatment: Do we really need further demonstration of reliability?

Oncoplastic surgery (OPS) has demonstrated its superiority above traditional breast conserving surgery, but is still struggling to consolidate its role in breast cancer therapeutic protocols mainly because of contrasting scientific evidences and reduced follow-up results available. The objective of our contribution is to analyze results obtained with 381 patients consecutively treated in our Multidisciplinary Breast Center by means of level II OPS between January 1998 and January 2018 for unilateral, primar...

Outcomes with intraoperative radiation therapy for early-stage breast cancer.

Adjuvant radiation therapy has been associated with improved local control following breast-conserving surgery. Traditionally, treatment has been delivered with whole breast irradiation over 3-6 weeks or partial breast irradiation over 1-3 weeks. However, intraoperative radiation therapy (IORT) has emerged as a technique that delivers a single dose of radiotherapy at the time of surgery for early-stage breast cancers. We report initial outcomes and acute toxicities with intraoperative radiation from a sin...

Flat epithelial atypia on core needle biopsy does not always mandate excisional biopsy.

Flat Epithelia Atypia (FEA) is a proliferative lesion of the breast where cells demonstrate columnar change and cytologic atypia. This lesion has been identified as distinct from the classic atypical hyperplasias (AH). While many patients undergo excisional biopsy, management of FEA identified on core needle biopsy (CNB) is controversial, and the rate of associated ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) or invasive cancer is not well defined. The aim of this study was to determine the upstage rate of FEA diagnosed...

Evaluating the preoperative breast cancer characteristics affecting the accuracy of axillary ultrasound staging.

We evaluate the preoperative breast cancer (BC) characteristics that affect the diagnostic accuracy of axillary ultrasound (US) and determine the reliability of US in the different subgroups of BC patients. Axillary US assessments in women with invasive BC diagnosed between 2009 and 2016 in a single institution were retrospectively reviewed. The diagnostic accuracy of axillary US was obtained using surgical nodal histology as the gold standard. Preoperative breast tumor sonographic and histological factors ...

Occult breast cancer associated with lymph node microcalcifications.

Utility of totally implantable venous access ports in patients with breast cancer.

Definitive alopecia post-docetaxel.

Rectum mucinous adenocarcinoma metastasis to bilateral breast in a male patient: A case report.

A 47-year-old male presented to our clinic with complaints of mass in both breasts. In the patient's history, he had undergone low anterior resection for rectum mucinous adenocarcinoma 2 years ago. The masses in both breasts of the patient were excised. Mucinous adenocarcinoma metastases were reported in the pathologic evaluation of the masses. Metastasis should be considered in patients with bilateral breast mass and previously diagnosed cancer even if the patient is male.

Breast cancer fractionation patterns: Why aren't they uniform, and should they be?

Bioimpedance spectroscopy in the detection of breast cancer-related lymphedema: An ounce of prevention.

Radiotherapy in the setting of hypersensitivity syndromes.

Primary neuroendocrine carcinoma of the breast: A case report of liver and lymph node metastases after eight years from diagnosis.

Primary neuroendocrine carcinoma of the breast (NECB) is one of the rarest subtypes of breast tumor, and for this reason, there are no data from prospective clinical trials on its optimal management. Its incidence is

Angiocentric invasive ductal carcinoma: Breast images.


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