Uncommon Papillary Lesions in Human Breast-Rare Pathology
Dr. Moushmi Mukherjee,
H.No-27, Palam Kunj Ramphal Chowk,
Dwarka Sec-7, New Delhi-110075, India.
|Breast cancer is a lesion that usually affects female but the male community is not spared from being affected. The cause of male breast cancer is not clear but predisposing factors found are increased age over 50’s, family history of breast cancer, Klinefelter’s syndrome, obesity with BMI 30 or more. Hyperoestrogenism resulting from gonadal dysfunction, obesity, even excess alcohol causes increased risk of breast cancer in males. We are reporting a case of breast carcinoma in 45 years male presenting with complaints of hard painless breast nodule around nipple and areola. The incidence of carcinoma is quite low in males with 4.1% of all breast cancer cases and 2.8% of all breast lesions. Here, we are reporting two cases of invasive papillary carcinomas of the breast, in 1 male patients aged 45 years and 1 female patient 72 years. presented breast masses which were diagnosed by FNAC and confirmed by histopathological examination whereas, the third case is 50 years male reported as Intraductal papilloma on histopathology.|
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