Squamous cell breast cancer: description of a rare clinical case

Azizzhon D. Zikiryakhodjaev, Shakhnoz G. Khakimova, Elena A. Rasskazova, Erik K. Saribekian, Dzhanet F. Omarova, Viktoriia S. Surkova, Gulnoz G. Khakimova
2021 Modern Oncology  
Squamous cell carcinoma of the breast is a rare, aggressive tumor with a poor prognosis. To date, due to the low incidence of morbidity, there is no single concept in the complex treatment of this pathology. The article describes the case of a 49-year-old patient after surgical treatment of squamous cell carcinoma of the left breast from 2019 on the anamnesis. A year later after the progression of the disease the patient underwent removal of a chest wall tumor with resection of IIIV ribs, allo-
more » ... and autoplasty, axillary lymphadenectomy on the left. In most cases, the treatment of squamous cell carcinoma of the breast is surgery, but the role of adjuvant chemotherapy, radiation therapy and endocrinotherapy are still unambiguous.
doi:10.26442/18151434.2020.4.200496 fatcat:qxnt72hcbrc6hkzprke4xctjpm