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What is Tubular carcinoma?

What is Tubular carcinoma?

  • Tubular carcinoma: Tubular carcinoma is a rare type of invasive ductal carcinoma of the breast. It takes its name from its microscopic appearance, in which the cancer cells resemble small tubes. Tubular carcinomas tend to be small, estrogen-receptor positive, HER2/neu negative. In some cases, tubular cancer cells are mixed with ductal or lobular cancer cells, giving a mixed-tumor diagnosis.

Tubular carcinoma: Introduction

Types of Tubular carcinoma:

Broader types of Tubular carcinoma:

How serious is Tubular carcinoma?

Prognosis of Tubular carcinoma: Prognosis is good.
Complications of Tubular carcinoma: see complications of Tubular carcinoma

What causes Tubular carcinoma?

Causes of Tubular carcinoma: see causes of Tubular carcinoma

What are the symptoms of Tubular carcinoma?

Symptoms of Tubular carcinoma: see symptoms of Tubular carcinoma

Complications of Tubular carcinoma: see complications of Tubular carcinoma

Onset of Tubular carcinoma: Mostly between 50- 70 years of age.

Tubular carcinoma: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Tubular carcinoma.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Tubular carcinoma.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Tubular carcinoma: Oncologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Tubular carcinoma.
Treatments for Tubular carcinoma: see treatments for Tubular carcinoma
Research for Tubular carcinoma: see research for Tubular carcinoma

Name and Aliases of Tubular carcinoma

Main name of condition: Tubular carcinoma

Other names or spellings for Tubular carcinoma:

tubular breast cancer

 

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