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Figure 1 | Diagnostic Pathology

Figure 1

From: Invasive lobular carcinoma with extracellular mucin as a distinct variant of lobular carcinoma: a case report

Figure 1

A spiculated, irregular mass lesion (long white arrows) measuring 2.5x2 cm, located at mid-outer quadrant causing retraction of areola-nipple complex and skin thickening is demostrated on CC (a) and MLO (b) mammographies of the right breast. A secondary lobulated satellite lesion measuring about 1 cm located superolaterally of the bigger mass was also detected (a-b, short white arrows).

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