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General
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Terminology
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Epidemiology
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Sites
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Etiology
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Clinical features
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Case reports
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Treatment
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Gross description
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Micro description
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Micro images
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Courtesy of Dr. Mark R. Wick

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Thioflavine-t stain, courtesy of Dr. Mark R. Wick

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Parenchyma, congo red - courtesy of Dr. Mark R. Wick

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Various images

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Fig 2: H&E; Fig 3: Congo Red

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Amyloid with osseous metaplasia

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Amyloid occurs in lobule (lower left) and as separate stromal nodule (upper right, AFIP)

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Thick wavy bands of amyloid around lobular glands and a nodular deposit that is virtually acellular

Cytology description
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Cytology images
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Dense hyaline material and giant cells

Positive stains
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Electron microscopy description
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Differential Diagnosis
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End of Breast - nonmalignant > Benign tumors > Amyloid tumor



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