Rare; poorly differentiated tumor composed of large, crowded clusters of cells with moderate / abundant cytoplasm, nuclei with vesicular or finely granular chromatin and frequent mitotic figures (18+/10 HPF)
Small cell carcinoma: scant cytoplasm, small (diameter of three lymphocytes) nuclei with finely granular, evenly distributed chromatin and absent or inconspicuous nucleoli
End of Breast malignant, males, children > Carcinoma subtypes > Neuroendocrine carcinoma - large cell
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