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Definition
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Terminology
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Epidemiology
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Clinical features
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Case reports
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Treatment
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Xray description
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Xray images
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Characteristic findings

Gross description
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Gross images
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Central sclerosis and elastosis resembling carcinoma

Subgross images

Micro description
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Micro images
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Central fibrosis and elastosis with radiating fibrous bands and dilated ducts

Fibrosis, elastosis and ductal hyperplasia

Various images


Adenosis surrounds central area of fibrosis and elastosis with entrapped ducts; cysts are commonly present at periphery

Squamous metaplasia

Central angular glands are suggestive of tubular carcinoma, but peripheral duct hyperplasia and cysts are not typical

Elastic stain highlights central elastosis

With tubulolobular carcinoma



Cytology description
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Positive stains
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Differential diagnosis
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Additional references
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End of Breast - nonmalignant > Fibrocystic disease > Radial scar



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