Claire W. Michael and Bruce Buschmann Can true papillary neoplasms of breast and their mimickers be accurately classified by cytology? Cancer Cytopathology 96
Papillary breast neoplasms are difficult to diagnose by cytology and may be mimicked by other breast lesions such as fibroadenoma. This article discusses the diagnostic cytomorphologic features for these neoplasms. Diagnostic pitfalls and mimics are emphasized.
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