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Breast and Axilla | 5.2 Malignant breast lesions
Case 5.2.8 Spreading of breast cancer Bilateral breast cancer


Bilateral carcinoma:
Bilateral breast carcinoma with an infiltrating ductal carcinoma on both sides
Bilateral carcinoma:
Infiltrating ductal carcinoma on both sides and lymph node metastasis on the left side
Bilateral carcinoma:
Two malignant tumors in the right and one in the other breast
Bilateral carcinoma:
Bilateral breast carcinoma with 2 small lesions
Bilateral carcinoma:
Bilateral infiltrating ductal carcinoma with one lesion with microcalcifications on the right side and two small lesions on the left side
Bilateral carcinoma:
Bilateral and multicentric carcinoma
Bilateral carcinoma:
Bilateral carcinoma. On the left side a mucinous carcinoma and on the right side a diffuse infiltrating lobular carcinoma.
Bilateral carcinoma:
Bilateral breast carcinoma with an infiltrating ductal carcinoma on both sides
Bilateral carcinoma:
Infiltrating ductal carcinoma on both sides and lymph node metastasis on the left side
Bilateral carcinoma:
Two malignant tumors in the right and one in the other breast
Bilateral carcinoma:
Bilateral breast carcinoma with 2 small lesions
Bilateral carcinoma:
Bilateral infiltrating ductal carcinoma with one lesion with microcalcifications on the right side and two small lesions on the left side
Bilateral carcinoma:
Bilateral and multicentric carcinoma
Bilateral carcinoma:
Bilateral carcinoma. On the left side a mucinous carcinoma and on the right side a diffuse infiltrating lobular carcinoma.
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