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Journal: Breast Care
Breast Care (2023) 18 (3): 164–171.
Published Online: 27 June 2023
...(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. 2023 Hormone replacement therapy Breast cancer risk Recurrence risk BRCA mutation Ductal carcinoma in situ...
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Journal: Breast Care
Breast Care (2020) 15 (5): 491–497.
Published Online: 13 December 2019
... malignancy (ductal carcinoma in situ). Of the 15 patients with malignant lesions, 6/15 (40%) had normal imaging (M1, U1). 71/211 (33.6%) had normal imaging (M1, U1): 60/71 (84.5%) had benign disease, 5/71 (7%) had “risk” lesions, and 6/71 (8.5%) had malignant lesions. 83/211 (39.3%) patients presented...
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Journal: Breast Care
Breast Care (2016) 11 (4): 288–290.
Published Online: 05 August 2016
...Melissa Brents; John Hancock Summary Background: Ductal carcinoma in situ of the male breast is an unusual lesion and most often associated with invasive carcinoma. On rare occasions when the in situ component is present in pure form, histological grade is almost always low to intermediate. Imaging...
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Journal: Breast Care
Breast Care (2010) 5 (4): 227–232.
Published Online: 02 August 2010
...Thorsten Kühn Ductal carcinoma is situ (DCIS) is the fastest growing subtype of breast cancer, mainly because of improved screening activities. In contrast to invasive disease, DCIS is a local process with excellent survival rates. Current treatment strategies include surgery, radiotherapy (RT...