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Metastases to the Breast from Extramammary Neoplasms

Metastases to the Breast from Extramammary Neoplasms Acta Cytologica Metastases to the Breast from Extramammary Neoplasms A Report of Six Cases with Diagnosis by Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology Henryk A. Domanski, M.D. BACKGROUND: Metastatic deposits to the breast from correct diagnosis. (Acta Cytol 1996;40:1293–1300) extramammary neoplasms are rare. Clinically and radio- logically, metastatic neoplasms may mimic primary be- Keywords: breast neoplasm, neoplasm metastasis, nign and malignant neoplasms of the breast. A correct di- aspiration biopsy. agnosis of metastasis to the breast is of considerable importance since the treatment of primary and secondary The technique of fine needle aspiration biopsy malignancies of the breast is different. (FNAB), introduced by Martin and Ellis in 1930, is CASES: Six cases of now generally accepted as metastatic neoplasms in the an easy, accurate, quick [FNAB] can correctly diagnose breast were diagnosed by fine and atraumatic diagnostic 5,8,22 needle aspiration biopsy procedure. The cyto- metastatic tumor in the breast even (FNAB). The cases included logic appearances of the when that tumor is the first poorly differentiated squa- usual varieties of breast mous carcinoma of the cer- cancer have been well de- manifestation of an extramammary vix, endometrial adenocarci- scribed, and FNAB, com- malignancy. noma, gastric signet-ring bined with modern radio- cell http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Acta Cytologica Karger

Metastases to the Breast from Extramammary Neoplasms

Acta Cytologica , Volume 40 (6): 8 – Jan 1, 2011

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Publisher
Karger
Copyright
© 1996 S. Karger AG, Basel
ISSN
0001-5547
eISSN
1938-2650
DOI
10.1159/000334024
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Abstract

Acta Cytologica Metastases to the Breast from Extramammary Neoplasms A Report of Six Cases with Diagnosis by Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology Henryk A. Domanski, M.D. BACKGROUND: Metastatic deposits to the breast from correct diagnosis. (Acta Cytol 1996;40:1293–1300) extramammary neoplasms are rare. Clinically and radio- logically, metastatic neoplasms may mimic primary be- Keywords: breast neoplasm, neoplasm metastasis, nign and malignant neoplasms of the breast. A correct di- aspiration biopsy. agnosis of metastasis to the breast is of considerable importance since the treatment of primary and secondary The technique of fine needle aspiration biopsy malignancies of the breast is different. (FNAB), introduced by Martin and Ellis in 1930, is CASES: Six cases of now generally accepted as metastatic neoplasms in the an easy, accurate, quick [FNAB] can correctly diagnose breast were diagnosed by fine and atraumatic diagnostic 5,8,22 needle aspiration biopsy procedure. The cyto- metastatic tumor in the breast even (FNAB). The cases included logic appearances of the when that tumor is the first poorly differentiated squa- usual varieties of breast mous carcinoma of the cer- cancer have been well de- manifestation of an extramammary vix, endometrial adenocarci- scribed, and FNAB, com- malignancy. noma, gastric signet-ring bined with modern radio- cell

Journal

Acta CytologicaKarger

Published: Jan 1, 2011

Keywords: breast neoplasm; neoplasm metastasis; aspiration biopsy

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