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Title: Secretory carcinoma of breast in an elderly female.
Authors: Sharma, R
Singh, S
Jaswal, T S
Issue Date: 31-Oct-2001
Citation: Sharma R, Singh S, Jaswal TS. Secretory carcinoma of breast in an elderly female. Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology. 2001 Oct; 44(4): 449-50
Abstract: Secretory carcinoma is the currently preferred designation for a unique neoplasm earlier thought to be exclusive to the adolescent/pre-menarchal breast. The neoplasm has a predilection for juveniles and young adults (< 30 years of age), becoming progressive less common with advancing age. This report is of one such instance in a 52 year old female, rare occurrence in the elderly (> 50 years of age), with only five earlier cases on record in the English literature.
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