Breast Pathology


Breast cancers are classified into two categories: carcinomas and sarcomas. Cancers of the epithelial component of the breast are known as carcinomas. The epithelial component consists of the cells that line the lobules and terminal ducts; these epithelial cells are responsible for milk production under normal conditions. The vast majority of breast cancers are carcinomas, which will be discussed further below. People who have a family history of ovarian or breast cancer are more likely to develop a breast tumor. The majority of acquired cases of breast cancer are linked to two peculiar characteristics: BRCA1 and BRCA2. Breast cancer is a recurring tumor that may reappear after treatment in other parts of the body, including the same location as the bones, distinctive growth, lymph hub, lungs, liver, and cerebrum.


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