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The target of this atlas is to demonstrate the wide variety of histological appearances which are obvious in brea. st biopsies and mastectomy specimens. An try out has been made to incorporate photomicrographs exhibiting the extra ordinary appearances in addition to many of the strange styles encountered in commonest lesions of the breast. moreover a number of the rarer different types of mammary pathology were illustrated, occasionally generally, the place this used to be thought of vital within the differential prognosis and the place photomicrographs of excellent caliber have been on hand. a few of the low strength photomicro­ graphs lack element yet were retained as they illustrate very important microanatomical or architectural styles. the vast majority of the photomicrographs are of histological arrangements stained with haematoxylin and eosin, buta few exact stains were used to demonstrate definite particular positive factors. simply occasional pictures of gross specimens were incorporated. this can be notto belittle the significance of gross appearances: certainly micro­ scopic exam of any tissue must always be complemented via cautious naked-eye exam. a number of mammographic photos have additionally been integrated to demonstrate attribute styles. There aren't any picture­ micrographs of cytological arrangements as those have been thought of outdoors the scope of this publication and ideal atlases of mammary cytology exist already. it really is was hoping thatthisatlaswill turn out important to surgical pathologists and others drawn to the histological appearances of the breast. it isn't meant as a accomplished examine of breast illnesses, and info of scientific presentation and therapy have merely been pointed out briefly.

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2. It is generally considered, however, that the incidence of multiple foci and of bilaterality is not so high with in situ duct carcinoma as with in situ lobular carcinoma. There are various patterns of in situ duct carcinoma. The comedo type is probably the most common and is so called because on gross examination semi-solid material can be expressed from the dilated ducts. 3). In the less common solid type the lumen is entirely filled with malignant cells. 8). Calcification is also common in this type of in situ duct carcinoma but is usually psammomatous when present in the cribriform spaces.

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Section showing a distended duct with viable, pleomorphic carcinoma cells at the periphery. Centrally, extQnsive coagulative necrosis has occurrQd, and there is a mass of amorphous eosinophilic material containing pyknotic nuclear remnants. 3 Intraduct carcinoma with comedo and cribriform patterns. The walls of the ducts are thickened and the lumina contains pleomorphic carcinoma cells.

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