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Male Invasive Breast Carcinoma: Nine Years Experience at a Single Center in Turkey

However there are huge published articles breast carcinoma in female population, information on male group that particular subject is globally restricted especially from the developing countries. Here, we aimed to present our results from a large institution in Turkey.


Objective: Male breast cancer (MBC) is rarely seen in male sex with a prevalence in the general population of approximately 1 per 100,000. Our aim was to determine  retrospectively the clinicopathological features and overall survival at 22 male invasive breast carcinoma cases with the molecular sub-types based on immunohistochemistry in nine years period.

16 Aug, 2016
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e-Published: 22 Aug, 2016


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