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Invasive Papillary Carcinoma of Breast

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The diagnosis of invasion in a papillary carcinoma of the breast can be quite difficult. Many cases have areas of fibrosis, recent or remote hemorrhage, inflammation or reaction to previous needle biopsy procedures. Extension of carcinoma beyond the tumor borders and desmoplastic stromal reaction generally support the presence of invasion (as seen in this image).

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