Four cases of benign phyllodes
tumor were reported at cytology.
Water relations of compound leaves and phyllodes
in Acacia koa var.
of the breast may occur in women of any age group from puberty to menopause.
Primary osteosarcoma of the breast is a rare and aggressive malignancy that should be differentiated from two other similar tumors: metaplastic carcinoma and cystosarcoma phyllodes
Four remaining cases were later found as one cyst, one FCD and two phyllodes
Hormone receptor gene and oncogene expressions are extremely low in MBC, which may occasionally emerge from underlying fibroadenoma or phyllodes
The diagnosis of phyllodes
tumour was missed in these cases.
Table 1: Frequency of FNA diagnosis of 1,000 breast lesions in various age groups Breast lesions Age (years) 16-20 21-30 31-40 Inflammatory Acute mastitis 3 26 8 diseases Chronic granulomatous 4 7 9 (n = 159) mastitis Tubercular mastitis 1 4 3 Benign Fibroadenoma 108 327 3 lesion Lactating adenoma 4 26 6 (n = 573) Fibrocystic change - 5 19 Fibroadenosis 12 17 1 Gynecomastia 5 6 Galactocele 1 2 3 Benign phyllodes
2 1 Organized hematoma 2 2 1 Malignant Duct carcinoma 7 lesion Mucinous carcinoma (n = 268) Papillary carcinoma Medullary carcinoma Lobular carcinoma Metastasis Total Breast lesions Age (years) Total ?
tumor (PT) is a relatively rare biphasic breast tumor that accounts for only 0.
As PASH may occasionally adopt a solid fascicular growth pattern, it can be confused with pure mesenchymal spindle cell lesions (myofibroblastoma; leiomyoma; and fibromatosis) or fibroepithelial lesions (fibroadenoma; hamartoma; and phyllodes
tumors) containing a spindle cell component [11,12].
These findings were very similar to a phyllodes
tumor of the breast.
13) The main histologic differential diagnoses for DFSP are metaplastic carcinoma, fibromatosis, myoepithelioma, and Phyllodes