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Miscellaneous: primary references

In situ carcinoma: DCIS - generalapocrinebasal-likeclingingcomedocribriformcystic hypersecretorymicropapillarymucinousneuroendocrinepapillarysignet ring cellsolidsolid papillaryspindle cellsquamous cell / Bowen’s disease
LCIS - classicpleomorphic
other - ductal intraepithelial neoplasia (DIN)mammary intraepithelial neoplasiaPaget’s disease

Breast cancer: generalaxillary nodesEGFR,  HER2histologic gradinghormone receptorsmicroinvasivepregnancyrisk factorssentinel nodesspread/metastasessuspiciousWHO classification
prognostic factors: generalangiolymphatic invasionfibrotic focusmultigene products

Carcinoma subtypes:
ductal NOS and variants: generalchoriocarcinomatousmelanoticmixedosteoclastic giant cellspleomorphic
lobular carcinoma and variants: classicalveolarbasal-likehistiocytoidpleomorphicsignet-ringsolidtrabecular
metaplastic carcinoma and subtypes: generalfibromatosis-likematrix producingspindle cell
neuroendocrine carcinoma and variants: generalcarcinoidsolidlarge cell
generalacinic celladenoid cysticadenosquamousapocrinebasal cell-nipplebasal-likeBRCA1BRCA2central acellularcribriformcystic hypersecretoryglycogen richinflammatoryintracystic papillaryintralymphaticlipid richluminallymphoepithelioma-likemedullarymetastases to breastmicropapillarymixed ductal and lobularmucin-producingmucinousmucinous cystadenocarcinomamucoepidermoidmyoepithelialoncocyticpapillarysebaceoussecretorysignet ringsmall cellsquamous cellsquamous cell-acantholytictall-cell liketubulartubulolobular

Sarcoma: generalangiosarcomachondrosarcomaDFSPleiomyosarcomaliposarcomalow grade myofibroblastic sarcomaMFHMPNSTosteosarcomarhabdomyosarcomasarcoma NOSstromal sarcoma

Other malignancies: lymphomamyeloid sarcomaplasmacytomaRosai-Dorfman

Childhood tumors: generaljuvenile fibroadenomajuvenile papillomatosiscarcinoma

Male tumors: generalgynecomastiamyofibroblastomapapillomacarcinomametastases

Miscellaneous: treatment effect - chemotherapycryoprobehormone therapyradiation therapy
frozen sectionsgrossingfeatures to reportstaging

Superpages: in situ carcinomabreast cancer-generalcarcinoma subtypesother entities


Index (table of contents in alphabetical order)
A-E: acinic cell carcinomaadenoid cystic carcinomaadenosquamous carcinomaangiolymphatic invasionangiosarcomaapocrine carcinomaaxillary nodesbasal cell carcinoma-nipplebasal-like carcinomaBRCA1 carcinomaBRCA2 carcinomabreast cancer-generalcarcinoidcarcinoma subtypes-generalcentral acellular carcinomachildhood carcinomachildhood tumorschondrosarcomachoriocarcinomatouscribriform carcinomacystic hypersecretory carcinomaDCIS-apocrineDCIS-basal-likeDCIS-clingingDCIS-comedoDCIS-cribriformDCIS-cystic hypersecretoryDCIS-generalDCIS-micropapillaryDCIS-mucinousDCIS-neuroendocrineDCIS-papillaryDCIS-signet ring cellDCIS-solidDCIS-solid papillaryDCIS-spindle cellDCIS-squamous cell / Bowen’s diseaseDFSPductal intraepithelial neoplasia (DIN)ductal NOS-generalductal NOS-mixedductal NOS-pleomorphicEGFR

F-N: features to reportfibrotic focusfrozen sectionsglycogen rich carcinomagrossinggynecomastiaHER2histologic gradinghormone receptorsinflammatory carcinomaintracystic papillary carcinomaintralymphatic carcinomajuvenile fibroadenomajuvenile papillomatosisLCIS-classicLCIS-pleomorphicleiomyosarcomalipid rich carcinomaliposarcomalobular carcinoma-classiclobular carcinoma-alveolarlobular carcinoma-basal-likelobular carcinoma-histiocytoidlobular carcinoma-pleomorphiclobular carcinoma-signet-ringlobular carcinoma-solidlobular carcinoma-trabecularlow grade myofibroblastic sarcomaluminal carcinomalymphoepithelioma-like carcinomalymphomamale tumors-carcinomamale tumors-generalmale tumors-metastasesmammary intraepithelial neoplasiamedullary carcinomamelanoticmetaplastic carcinoma-generalmetaplastic carcinoma-fibromatosis-likemetaplastic carcinoma-matrix producingmetaplastic carcinoma-spindle cellmetastases to breast carcinomaMFHmicroinvasivemicropapillary carcinomamixed ductal and lobular carcinomaMPNSTmucin-producing carcinomamucinous carcinomamucinous cystadenocarcinomamucoepidermoid carcinomamultigene productsmyeloid sarcomamyoepithelial carcinomamyofibroblastomaneuroendocrine carcinoma-generalneuroendocrine carcinoma-solidneuroendocrine carcinoma-large cell

O-Z: oncocytic carcinomaosteoclastic giant cellsosteosarcomaPaget’s diseasepapillary carcinomapapilloma-malesplasmacytomapregnancyprognostic factors-generalrhabdomyosarcomarisk factorsRosai-Dorfmansarcoma-generalsarcoma NOSsebaceous carcinomasecretory carcinomasentinel nodessignet ring carcinomasmall cell carcinomaspread/metastasessquamous cell carcinomasquamous cell carcinoma-acantholyticstagingstromal sarcomasuspicioustall-cell like carcinomatreatment effect-chemotherapytreatment effect-cryoprobetreatment effect-hormone therapytreatment effect-radiation therapytubular carcinomatubulolobular carcinomaWHO classification

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Primary references
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AJCC Cancer Staging Manual (7th ed)
Rosen: Tumors of the Mammary Gland (AFIP Fascicle, 3rd series, volume 7); 1994
Tavassoli: Tumours of the Breast and Female Genital Organs (WHO, 2003)
Virtual slides: USCAPvSlides
Websites: Digital Atlas of Breast PathologyNational Institutes of HealthOnline Management of Breast DiseasesPathoPicWebpathology.com


Recent Breast pathology books

Atkins: 2012

Cangiarella: 2013

Dabbs: 2012

Falconieri: 2011

Hicks: 2011

Hoda: 2014

Lakhani: 2012

Mohsin: 2011

O'Malley: 2011

Sanders: 2014

Schnitt: 2012

Schnitt: 2012

Tot: 2014



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