tubular carcinoma

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tu·bu·lar car·ci·no·ma

a well-differentiated form of ductal breast carcinoma with invasion of the stroma by small epithelial tubules.

tu·bu·lar car·ci·no·ma

(tū'byū-lăr kahr'si-nō'mă)
A well-differentiated form of ductal breast carcinoma with invasion of the stroma by small epithelial tubules.

Tubular carcinoma

A type of cancer that accounts for approximately 1% to 2% of breast cancers. Can appear small on ultrasound or mammogram.
Mentioned in: Breast Ultrasound
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But on histopathology a diagnosis tubular carcinoma was made which was the only false negative case in the present study.
In tubular carcinoma, larger and more angulated tubules are seen.
Intraductal tubular carcinoma of the pancreas: case report with review of literature.
14,15) Microglandular adenosis lacks the desmoplastic stroma and tearshaped glands seen in tubular carcinomas, its close mimicker.
0) Mixed ductal and mucinous carcinoma (N = 2) Grade 2 2 (100) 0 (0) Tubular carcinoma (N = 1) Grade 1 1 (100) 0 (0) Invasive ductal carcinoma with micropapillary features (N = 1) Grade 3 0 (0) 1 (100) Histologic Subtype High (31-100), and Grade No.
Tubular carcinoma is a rare subtype of breast carcinoma known to have an exceptionally favorable prognosis.
Histologically, there is a haphazard proliferation of ductules in a fibrous stroma and fat, which can be confused for tubular carcinoma or even tubular pattern of adenoid cystic carcinoma.
The frequent association of columnar cell change with LCIS, invasive lobular carcinoma, and/or invasive tubular carcinoma has led to its recognition as a member of a family of low-grade neoplastic breast lesions.
Histologic and immunohistochemical comparison of intraductal tubular carcinoma, intraductal papillary-mucinous carcinoma, and ductal adenocarcinoma of the pancreas.
Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Versus Mimics (Collagenous Spherulosis, Invasive Cribriform Carcinoma, Invasive Tubular Carcinoma, Cribriform DCIS)
Conventionally, invasive human breast carcinomas have been classified morphologically into infiltrating ductal and lobular carcinoma, tubular carcinoma, mucinous carcinoma, medullary carcinoma, invasive papillary carcinoma, metaplastic carcinoma, and a few uncommon types.