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Invasive papillary breast carcinoma: A case study

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dc.contributor.advisor Julie Morbach, MA, RDMS, RVT, RT(R)
dc.contributor.author Hixson, Malerie
dc.date.accessioned 2019-12-20T21:51:59Z
dc.date.available 2019-12-20T21:51:59Z
dc.date.issued 2019-12-03
dc.identifier.citation Hixson, M. (2019). Invasive papillary breast carcinoma: A case study [Diagnostic Medical Sonography Capstone]. Lincoln, NE : Bryan College of Health Sciences. en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11987/370
dc.description.abstract Papillary breast carcinoma constitutes approximately 0.5% of invasive breast cancers (Pal et al, 2010). Patients are usually postmenopausal females, especially the age range of 40-75, who present with bloody nipple discharge, a palpable mass, or abnormalities on medical imaging such as mammography or ultrasonography. Histology reports show that distinguishing papillary carcinoma from other breast cancers can be determined by a proliferation of malignant papillary cells which do not contain an intact layer of myoepithelial cells within the papillae. Patients have a good prognosis, with a ten year survival rate of 86% (Schneider, 1989). There are several options for treatments including mastectomy, lumpectomy, or chemotherapy treatment. en_US
dc.publisher Bryan College of Health Sciences en_US
dc.subject Carcinoma, papillary en_US
dc.subject Ultrasonography, mammary en_US
dc.subject Breast ultrasonography en_US
dc.subject Papillary breast carcinoma en_US
dc.title Invasive papillary breast carcinoma: A case study en_US
dc.type Diagnostic Medical Sonography Capstone en_US


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