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Outcome of Surgical Excision for Isolated Locoregional Recurrence of Breast Cancer

Son BH, Lee PC, Chang H, Ahn SH

PURPOSE: Locoregional recurrence of breast cancer after surgery has been regarded as a harbinger of distant metastases. The present study was undertaken to determine survival following surgical excision of isolated...
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Clinical Significance of Rotter's Nodes in Patients with Breast Carcinomas

Sin JW, Lee SJ, Jeong KH, Kwun KB

PURPOSE: Surgical axillary dissection to determine the status of nodes remains as a part of the standard operation in the management of breast cancer. Rotter's nodes are removed in the...
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Clinical implication of altered expression of Mad1 protein in human breast cancer

Han S, Park KM, Kim HY, Lee MS, Kim HJ, Kim YD, Yuh YJ, Kim SR, Suh HS

BACKGROUND: Mad1 protein is known to repress Myc target genes and antagonize Myc function. We underwent this study to investigate the clinical implication of Mad1 expression in human breast cancer....
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A clinicopathological analysis on microinvasive carcinoma

Kang HS, Noh DY, Youn YK, Oh SK, Choe KJ

PURPOSE: Histopathological classification of invasive breast carcinoma with its earliest phases is fraught with pitfalls. We were willing to clarify the biology and clinicopathological features of microinvasive carcinoma which is...
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Clinicopathological analysis of ductal carcinoma in situ(DCIS) and ductal carcinoma in situ with microinvasion

Lee HD, Kim DY, Choi JW, Park BW, Jung WH, Oh KK

BACKGROUND: The natural history of the patients of ductal carcinoma in situ(DCIS) with microinvasion is poorly defined, and the clinical management of these patients, with particular reference to management of...
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The Importance of Clinical Breast Examination for Cancer Detection in Asymptomatic Women

Park BW, Kim SI, Kim EK, Lee KS

Of 489 asymptomatic women who were referred to our institute from other screening clinics, 46 were eventually proven to be breast cancer patients, and this number equated to 8.1% of...
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Detection of Breast Cancer Micrometastases in Sentinel Lymph Nodes

Kim SW, Park SS, Ahn SJ, Kang HJ, Youn YK, Oh SK, Choe KJ, Noh DY

PURPOSE: Axillary lymph node status is a powerful prognostic factor in breast carcinoma. However, patients without axillary lymph node metastases are not completely devoid of risk for relapse. And the...
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Sentinel lymph node biopsy using radioactive material in breast cancer patients

Lee HD, Kim DY, Choi JW, Park BW, Jung WH, Kim HJ, Ryu YH, Son EJ, Oh KK

BACKGROUND: In breast cancer, the single most important prognostic indicator is the axillary nodal status of the metastasis. The sentinel lymph nodes are the lymph nodes of the primary tumor...
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Heterogeneity of the estrogen receptor in breast cancer tissues

Um JW, Bae JW, Lee JB, Kim HK, Koo BW

BACKGROUND: Popular immunohistochemical techniques for assay of estrogen receptor(ER) allow the localization of positive cells in specific cell populations. Some of breast carcinomas composed of discrete populations of cells were...
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Comparison of the Prognostic Factors Between Medullary Cancer and Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma in the Breast

Kim SW, Kang HJ, Noh DY, Youn YK, Oh SK, Choe KJ

PURPOSE: A medullary carcinoma of the breast(MC) is a well-circumscribes tumor composed of poorly differentiated cells growing in a syncytium with an accompanying stroma. However, the prognosis of a MC...
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