duct carcinoma

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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This descriptive study was carried out in 50 cases of invasive duct carcinoma of breast for a period of one year from August 2011-July 2012.
Salivary duct carcinoma (SDC) is a rare malignant neoplasm that represents approximately 1% to 6% of all salivary gland malignancies.
One case each of collecting duct carcinoma and RCC with oncocytic features was encountered.
The neoplasm affecting the liver in this macaw were characteristic of a bile duct carcinoma.
3) Transitional cell carcinoma, renal lymphoma, and collecting duct carcinoma may present with a central location and an infiltrative pattern.
This report describes a salivary duct carcinoma (SDC) arising from the extraglandular portion of the Stensen duct.
Five patients had infiltrating carcinoma, NST, and one patient had infiltrating duct carcinoma with apocrine differentiation.
Histopathological findings of right breast showed infiltrating duct carcinoma grade (Nottingham histological score).
In malignant breast lumps, majority are duct carcinoma NOS (N = 229), while in benign breast disease, fibroadenoma are found to be the commonest one.
It is challenging to differentiate MTSCC from other renal cell carcinoma subtypes that exhibit comparable morphologic features, but have a less favorable prognosis--namely papillary renal cell carcinoma, collecting duct carcinoma, metanephric adenoma or sarcomatoid carcinomas.
Duct carcinoma in situ: relationship of extend of noninvasive disease to the frequency of occult invasion, multicentricity, lymph node metastases, and short-term treatment failures.
Collecting (Bellini) duct carcinoma (CDC) of the kidney is a highly aggressive tumour with an extremely poor prognosis.