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Metaplastic breast carcinoma is an invasive carcinoma with a high differentiation rate of the neoplastic epithelium toward mesenchymal-like epithelium. It comprises of only less than 1% of all breast cancers. Although 80% to 90% of metaplastic breast carcinomas are triple-negative cancers, they...
Background:Breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an important imaging tool for the management of breast cancer patients and for screening women at high risk for breast cancer.Objectives:To examine long-term trends in the distribution of histologic diagnoses obtained from MRI-guided breast...
Background:Breast cancer is the most prominent cancer type to affect women. Surgical treatment of invasive breast cancers involves mastectomy. Due to mastectomy, women are subjected to social, emotional, and cultural problems which need to be addressed.Objective:The objective of the study is to...
Background:Any treatment protocol that leads to complete elimination of surgery may lead to a better patient acceptance of breast cancer treatments.Objectives:We conducted this study to assess the feasibility of preoperative vacuum-assisted biopsies in identifying pathological complete response...
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