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What is Medullary carcionoma?

What is Medullary carcionoma?

  • Medullary carcionoma: Medullary carcinoma of the breast is a variant of breast cancer. These tumors have a similar presentation to other breast cancers but are distinguished by a characteristic histologic appearance.

Medullary carcionoma: Introduction

Types of Medullary carcionoma:

Broader types of Medullary carcionoma:

How serious is Medullary carcionoma?

Prognosis of Medullary carcionoma: Much better prognosis than usual duct carcinoma even with node metastases 70% overall 10 year survival.
Complications of Medullary carcionoma: see complications of Medullary carcionoma

What causes Medullary carcionoma?

Causes of Medullary carcionoma: see causes of Medullary carcionoma

What are the symptoms of Medullary carcionoma?

Symptoms of Medullary carcionoma: see symptoms of Medullary carcionoma

Complications of Medullary carcionoma: see complications of Medullary carcionoma

Onset of Medullary carcionoma: Mostly between 50- 70 years of age.

Medullary carcionoma: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Medullary carcionoma.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Medullary carcionoma.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Medullary carcionoma: Oncologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Medullary carcionoma.
Treatments for Medullary carcionoma: see treatments for Medullary carcionoma

Name and Aliases of Medullary carcionoma

Main name of condition: Medullary carcionoma

Other names or spellings for Medullary carcionoma:

Medullary carcinoma of the breast

 

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