duct carcinoma


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duct car·ci·no·ma

, ductal carcinoma
a carcinoma derived from epithelium of ducts, for example, in the breast or pancreas.

duct carcinoma

a neoplasm of the epithelium of ducts, especially in the breast or pancreas.
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