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Male Breast Cancer ( MBC ) : A Review

Sajad Ahmad Salati, Mohd Mubarik Naqash, Azzam Al Kadi
2014 International Journal of Health Sciences  
This article reviews the various aspects associated with the male breast cancer (MBC).  ...  Due to small size of breasts in male, the disease is easier to detect, yet the lack of awareness about this disease results in late reporting of patients.  ...  (48) Staging Staging for male breast cancer anal is done currently by seventh edition of the staging system that has been described by the AJCC and the International Union against Cancer (49) as  ... 
doi:10.12816/0006087 fatcat:njyay5qarbgwrgqaganenfaxyu

Page 302 of International Surgery Vol. 15, Issue 3 [page]

1951 International Surgery  
Many patients who ask whether operations on the breast “spread cancer” are probably aware of instances in which the surgeons operated in hopeless cases. Such proce- dures are to be condemned.  ...  From a study of these methods of stag- ing breast cancer it can readily be seen that in years past there was considerable negligence in the proper selection of cases for appropriate treatment.  ... 

Extra-Mammary Findings Detected on Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging: A Pictorial Essay

Hee Jung Suh, Ji Soo Choi, Kyungran Ko
2014 Korean Journal of Radiology  
structures in that FOV can influence the staging.  ...  Preoperative breast MRI is usually used for local staging such as the assessment of breast cancer extend and the evaluation of the contralateral breast, however, the lesions detected on the extramammary  ... 
doi:10.3348/kjr.2014.15.4.423 pmid:25053900 pmcid:PMC4105803 fatcat:t5ifzxq56bdhfmwqtmmquexfyu

Deep Regional Metastases Segmentation for Patient-level Lymph Node Status Classification

Lu Wang, Tian Song, Takafumi Katayama, Xiantao Jiang, Takashi Shimamoto, Leu Jenq-Shiou
2021 IEEE Access  
Generally, automatic diagnosis of the presence of metastases in lymph nodes has therapeutic implications for breast cancer patients.  ...  INDEX TERMS Breast cancer metastases, histological lymph node sections, patient level analysis.  ...  BREAST CANCER METASTASES DETECTION Breast cancer has been studied in few decades due to its constructive effect for human health.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3113036 fatcat:tyrw76bjrzagjikmqps6zp2dgi

An unusual presentation of cutaneous metastatic lobular breast carcinoma

Amanda F Nahhas, Andrew T Scales, Julie Pfeifle, Sean R Stephenson
2020 Cutis (New York, N.Y.)  
Breast cancer is the most common malignancy to metastasize to the skin in women. Cutaneous breast carcinoma may arise as cutaneous metastasis or secondary to direct tumor extension to the skin.  ...  This report describes an unusual presentation of cutaneous metastatic lobular breast carcinoma that involved diffuse cutaneous lesions and rapid progression from onset of breast mass to development of  ...  Comment Tumor metastasis to the skin accounts for approximately 2% of all skin cancers 5 and typically is observed in advanced stages of cancer.  ... 
doi:10.12788/cutis.0162 pmid:33651872 fatcat:n52oijoiejcjbegctij2jg35qi

Preventing Breast Cancer-A Review Article

Fateme Parooei 1 , Mahmood Anbari , Morteza Salarzaei* , Ali Jafari Khalilabadi
2017 Zenodo  
Breast masses are not necessarily abnormal, and for women who have menstrual cycle, breast masses appear and disappear.  ...  Discussion and conclusion: This technology makes it possible to see the internal structures of the breast.  ...  Therefore, it is important that women have the screening guidelines for determining breast cancer at initial stages (6) .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.997177 fatcat:23gpavnsn5bj7oknpqoar2rnlq


Tutovanu Andrei Costin, George Drăghici, Sorin Mircea Oprescu
2019 Romanian Journal of Clinical Research  
Although breast cancer most affects women, it may occur in males, being diagnosed at later stages.  ...  Diagnostic approaches recommendations are derived from established guidelines for breast cancer in women (FBC).  ...  According to the literature, more than 40% of men diagnosed with breast cancer are in a terminal stage, with a minimum life expectancy.  ... 
doi:10.33695/rjcr.v2i1.13 fatcat:qrhf4u6xiffp7arbouyt5nkv5u

The ESSO core curriculum committee update on surgical oncology

Jos van der Hage, Sergio Sandrucci, Riccardo Audisio, Lynda Wyld, Kjetil Søreide, Teresa Amaral, Riccardo Audisio, Viren Bahadoer, Geerard Beets, Kim Benstead, Elisabeth Berge Nilsen, Kalijn Bol (+25 others)
2021 European Journal of Surgical Oncology  
improvements in cancer outcomes for patients.  ...  The current version reiterates and updates the core curriculum structure needed for current and future candidates who plans to train for and eventually sit the European fellowship exam for the European  ...  CT scan: Aware that staging for women with high-risk breast cancer should include a CXR or CT of the chest, CT or US of the abdomen and pelvis and isotope bone scan to identify lung, liver and bony metastases  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejso.2021.10.003 pmid:34657781 fatcat:rwhqbpoqnzhs5gasxpto2yhdli

18F-FES PET/CT Improves the Detection of Intraorbital Metastases in Estrogen-Receptor-Positive Breast Cancer: Two Representative Cases and Review of the Literature

Sandhya Bodapati, Peter Abraham, Angela Chen, Denise Guilbault, Marin McDonald, Jennifer Matro, Rebecca Shatsky, Sebastian Obrzut
2022 Tomography  
Most commonly seen in breast cancer, metastases to the optic nerves or extraocular muscles can have a devastating impact on visual acuity and quality of life.  ...  We present two cases of breast cancer patients with orbital metastases confirmed on MR imaging who underwent PET/CT imaging with 18F-FES and 18F-FDG.  ...  cancer staging [8] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/tomography8020086 pmid:35448720 pmcid:PMC9024434 fatcat:kftbscjjxzefxplcseczuf4ht4

Action Items for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Deanna J Attai
2020 Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews  
As one advocacy organization asserts in its tagline, these patients are "dying for a cure." 18 Male Breast Cancer Male breast cancer accounts for approximately 1% of all breast cancers.  ...  However, U.S. registries do not routinely collect or report recurrence data, so more precise figures are not available. 14, 15 Metastases are more likely to occur in the setting of higher stage at diagnosis  ... 
doi:10.17294/2330-0698.1801 pmid:33163548 pmcid:PMC7644128 fatcat:7lhzmuagmjbvdpinvm2sdbm3ni

A Monte Carlo simulation approach to the characterization of uncertainties in cancer staging and radiation treatment decisions

E Ekaette, R C Lee, K-L Kelly, P Dunscombe
2007 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
Staging breast cancer—screening for occult metastases. Tumori 71(4): 339-344. D'Alessandro R et al (2001).  ...  All patients with Stage IV cancer were randomly assigned a primary site for metastases. The most common sites of metastases for breast cancer are the bone, liver and lung (Donegan and Spratt, 2002).  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jors.2602269 fatcat:izihze5ogfhq7jg5s6hcpj4hjm

Health seeking behavior among women diagnosed with breast cancer attending Kisii teaching and referral hospital in Kisii County

Roselyne Nyakona David, Glenn Onsomu Araka, Obwocha Evans Obare, Samuel Mong'are
2022 International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health  
Most women with breast cancer are diagnosed at an advanced stage of the disease leading to poor treatment outcomes.  ...  Majority of the victims use traditional medicine as a treatment option for breast cancer because it is cheaper than modern cancer therapy.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Authors are thankful to the County government of Kisii and the Ministry of health for allowing us to conduct the study within the Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital.  ... 
doi:10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20220679 fatcat:bb26d5r4mbec3n3eqe5zks2ur4

Changing Beliefs and Practices in Women With Breast Cancer in China

M. A. Gadd
2015 The Oncologist  
Within 5 years, the proportion of women undergoing BCS had increased to 60% for stage I and 39% for stage II breast cancer patients.  ...  Numerous studies have validated the technique, and there is general acceptance for the use of sentinel node biopsy in early-stage breast cancer to select patients with occult lymph node metastases who  ...  Within 5 years, the proportion of women undergoing BCS had increased to 60% for stage I and 39% for stage II breast cancer patients.  ... 
doi:10.1634/theoncologist.2015-0249 pmid:26253558 pmcid:PMC4571808 fatcat:bkfl3f5ribg2dg6nqgoti32uba


Veenu Agrawal, Balaji Shewalkar, Aditi Kaldate
2022 Zenodo  
Breast cancer is less common in males than females and accounts for about 1% of all malignancies among males.  ...  The lung andbone metastaseswere seen in 2(9.1%)patients,liver metastases in 1(4.5%)patient, andbilateral breast cancer in 1(4.5%) patient.  ...  The male breast has low breast parenchymal tissue, which is also a reason for the usual presentation of male breast cancer at an advanced stage, with an early invasion of surrounding structures, which  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6580389 fatcat:3etnwpxo3jeopf6z767dl452uy

Breast Cancer Metastatic to Vulva - a Case Report

2020 European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology  
Here we report a case of vulvar lesion which was the presenting sign of de novo stage IV breast cancer.  ...  Summary Vulvar cancer is a rare malignancy which accounts 3-5% of all gynecologic tumors. Metastases to the vulva are also rare but can have significant implications for both treatment and prognosis.  ...  Breast cancer is the most common malignancy in women worldwide with estimated > 2 million cases of breast cancer diagnosed on an annual basis [8] . Most women present with early stage breast cancer.  ... 
doi:10.31083/j.ejgo.2020.05.c5526 fatcat:esnbsylacngzvgiggdxqneoqzy
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