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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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Low grade, courtesy of Dr. Mark R. Wick

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Uniform cells either haphazard or at right angles to long axis of intraductal columns (AFIP)

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Prominent Roman bridge (AFIP)

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Cribriform growth due to merging of intraductal epithelial bridges

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Regular punched out fenestrations and distension of duct

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Rigid microlumina

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Larger ducts

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Low nuclear grade

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High magnification

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Single cell type is evident

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Glandular spaces and monotonous epithelial cells

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Round fenestrations

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Fenestrations, Roman bridges and trabecular bars

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Prominent roman bridges

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Resembling low grade clinging carcinoma

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With microcalcifications

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Glandular spaces and monotonous epithelial cells

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Low grade cytology but with comedonecrosis

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ER+

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Various stains

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Post-chemotherapy

Cytology images
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Various images

Virtual slides
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Cribriform and solid DCIS

Positive stains
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Differential diagnosis
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End of Breast malignant, males, children > Morphologic variants of DCIS > Cribriform DCIS



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