Breast malignant, males, children
Carcinoma with melanotic features
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● Part of WHO classification
● Combination of ductal carcinoma and melanoma
● 38 year old woman
(Pathol Int 2009;59:676)
● Ductal carcinoma with differentiation to melanoma (Am J Surg Pathol 1999;23:1280)
● Lipofuscin (Histopathology 2000;37:456) or melanin pigment (Ultrastruct Pathol 2000;24:109, Br J Dermatol 1998;139:287) in otherwise typical ductal carcinoma
● Metastatic melanoma
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