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Breast carcinoma is the most frequent cancer in women worldwide. Diagnosis is made by triple assessment of clinical, radiological and pathological correlation. Of all the types of breast carcinoma diagnosed, infiltrating duct carcinoma constitutes about 75% , invasive lobular carcinoma 5 -15%, medullary carcinoma 1-7%, secretory carcinoma ( rare type ) <1% .



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