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PATH: Disease II

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intraductal papilloma large duct with subaereolar location and discharge
who gets intraductal papillomas women in their 50s (younger women may have them in smaller ducts)
are intraductal papillomas benigh or malignant beign but may have a carcinoma in situ
what is the lining of the intraductal papilloma epithelial and myoepithelial cell linings
nipple papilloma subaereolar mass with discharge and errosion that looks like Padget's disease
what is the histology of nipple papilloma papillary architecture with myoepithelial cells
what are the carcinomas in situ of the breast ductal, lobular and padgets
what is ductal carcinoma in situ ductal type carcinoma confined in the cells
how is ductal carcinoma distributed usually unifocal with risk on the ipsilateral side
what carcinoma in situ makes you watch only the affected side ductal carcinoma in situ
all carcinoma in situs have? microcalcifications
what can increase the risk of invasion with ductal carcinoma in situ comedo necrosis with microcalcifications in debris
what is the most important risk determinant with carcinomas in situ grade
how are lobular carcinomas in situ distributed multifocal with worry about both breasts
which in situ carcinoma makes you worry about both breasts lobular carcinoma in situ
what percent of lobular carcinomas in situ are bilateral 30-40%
lobular carcinoma in situ may leads to? invasive lobular or ductal carcinoma
padgets disease tumor confined in the epithelium of the nipple
what does pagets disease look like nipple ulcerated with eczema like changes
padges is usually associated with? underlying carcinoma
50-70% of invasive breast cancers are? invasive ductal carcinomas
how do invasive ductal carcinomas present mass in cords, nests, or tubules
what is the second most common invasive carcinoma of the breast invasive lobular carcinoma
how do invasive lobular carcinomas present not as a mass they are too diffuse and lack desmoplasia (fibroblasts)
how do malignancies of Lobular invasive carcinoma arrange themselves small malignancies in tiny cords single file
10 percent of invasive lobular carcinomas can produce a carcinoma on what side same or opposite
besides invasive lobular and ductal what are the other invasive carcinomas medullary, tubular, mucinous
inflammatory carcinoma not distinct but appears a a peu de orange with spread over the skin of the breast
how long does someone with inflammatory carcinoma live less than 2 years usually
Phylloid turmo leaf like tumor that occurs around age 45 with hypercellualar overgrowth of bland ductal elements
what is gynecomastia gland or stromal hyperplasia in men
what are some causes of gynecomastia increased estrogen, decreased androgen, cirrhosis and estrogen therapy
when does gynecomastia start to present at puberty there is usually also hypogonadism
what syndrome is associated with gynecomastia kleinfelter's syndrome
what percent of all breast cancer are men 1%
what increases a man's chance of having breast cancer age and klinefelters syndrome
how do men with breast cancer present nipple abnormalities (maybe discharge or breast abnormality
prognosis in men depends on? STAGE
Created by: jmuame03