mammary carcinoma


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mammary carcinoma

A term used for cytology preparations from breast aspirates which are clearly malignant, but for which it is impossible to say with certainty whether the cells seen are from invasive or in situ ductal carcinoma.
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Association between ovarihysterectomy and feline mammary carcinoma. J Vet Intern Med 2005; 19(4): 560-3.
Water-soluble derivates of propolis markedly reduced metastasis induced with transplantable mammary carcinoma cells (Orsolic et al.
The null hypothesis states that 'the expected area fraction in image j corresponds to the mean area fraction in images showing normal mammary tissue,' where the images 1.10 show normal mammary tissue and the images 11.20 show mammary carcinoma tissue.
A histologic and immunohistochemical comparison of ductal mammary carcinoma, ductal sweat gland carcinoma, and salivary duct carcinoma.
Florid papillomatosis of the nipple: a study of 51 patients, including nine with mammary carcinoma. Am J Surg Pathol.
However, unlike in domestic carnivores, mammary carcinomas are rare in cattle.
Squamous-cell mammary carcinoma of predominantly fibrosarcoma-like structure.
Tubulo-lobular carcinoma is a rare variant of mammary carcinoma that displays both tubular and lobular patterns histologically with E-Cadherin reactivity of ductal immunophenotype.
Post-mastectomy angiosarcoma (Stewart-Treves syndrome) is usually a complication of the treatment of mammary carcinoma in which the angiosarcoma arises in association with lymphoedematous upper extremity.2
El-Mowafy of Mansoura University and associates administered 125 mg/kg of DHA, 250 mg/kg of DHA, cisplatin alone, cisplatin combined with DHA, or a control substance to groups of mice implanted with mammary carcinoma cells.
Gould MN, Moore CJ, Zhang R, Wang B, Kennan WS, Haag JD (1994) Limonene chemoprevention of mammary carcinoma induction following direct in situ transfer of v-Ha ras.