radial sclerosing lesion

ra·di·al scle·ros·ing le·sion

a variant of sclerosing adenosis of the breast with central scar formation and radiating hyperplastic ducts.
Synonym(s): radial scar
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Malignant (18%; 31/177) Invasive ductal carcinoma 13 Invasive lobular carcinoma 4 Ductal carcinoma in situ 12 Invasive mixed carcinoma 1 Tubular carcinoma 1 Atypical epithelial hyperplasia (11%; 20/177) Atypical ductal hyperplasia 3 Lobular neoplasia 17 (12 ALH, 5 LCIS) Benign (71%;126/177) Benign breast diagnoses (105/126) Fibrocystic changes with/without 31 epithelial hyperplasia Columnar cell lesions 30 Fibroadenoma and 14 fibroadenomatoid change Ductal ectasia 7 Radial sclerosing lesion 6 Papilloma 7 PASH 5 Intramammary lymph node 3 Fat necrosis 1 Hemangioma 1 Normal breast tissue (21/126) Abbreviations: ALH, atypical lobular hyperplasia; LCIS, lobular carcinoma in situ;PASH, pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia.
Radial scars (RS) are radiographic and pathologically benign lesions of the breast that have been previously described in the literature under several different names, such as radial sclerosing lesion, scleroelastotic lesion, indurative mastopathy, nonencapsulated sclerosing lesion, sclerosing papillary proliferation, and, if larger than 1.
Management of radial sclerosing lesions of the breast diagnosed using percutaneous vacuum assisted core needle biopsy: recommendations for excision based on seven years' of experience at a single institution.
Known by names such as elastosis, sclerosing papillary proliferation, radial sclerosing lesion and sclerosing duct hyperplasia, the radial scar is one of few benign lesions that closely imitates breast carcinoma's ability to form spiculations (small, needle-shaped bodies).
Some synonyms include radial scar, radial sclerosing lesion, and indurative mastopathy.
Another benign papillary lesion is radial sclerosing lesion or radial scar.
Histologic sections from the left breast wire-localization biopsy contained a radial sclerosing lesion in a background of extensive proliferative, fibrocystic changes and a focus of low nuclear grade ductal carcinoma in situ (Figure 1, a and b).
Immunohistochemical detection of maspin is a useful adjunct in distinguishing radial sclerosing lesion from tubular carcinoma of the breast.
APM involving radial sclerosing lesion, adenosis or papilloma, including atypical apocrine adenosis
Management of radial sclerosing lesions of the breast diagnosed using percutaneous vacuum-assisted core needle biopsy: recommendations for excision based on seven years' of experience at a single institution.