A rare case: Invasive papillary carcinoma of breast. diagnostic clues in fine needle aspiration cytology [Nadir Bir olgu: Memenin invaziv papiller karsinomu. ince iǧne aspirasyon sitolojisinde tani koydurucu ipučlari]
Tasdemir A.,Kayseri Arastirma ve Egitim Hastanesi |
Soyuer I.,Erciyes University |
Karaman H.,Kayseri Arastirma ve Egitim Hastanesi |
Ozturk F.,Erciyes University
Meme Sagligi Dergisi / Journal of Breast Health | Year: 2010
Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) is an easy and rapid method in the differential diagnosis of breast masses. Papillary carcinoma, a rare malignant tumor of the breast, accounts for only 1-2% of the breast tumors. Benign and malignant papillary lesions of the breast can be difficult to distinguish in both cytological and histological preparations. Here we presented a case of suspicious lesion in FNAC, which was diagnosed as invasive papillary carcinoma in tissue.