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A Case of Metastatic Thyroid-Papillary Carcinoma to the Breast

Park YH, Heo TG, Kim KH, Park YJ, Lee MS, Kim CN, Kim MK, Chang SH

We report a case of metastatic thyroid-papillary carcinoma of the breast. A 42-year-old woman was admitted to our hospital due to palpable masses on both breasts. Past history revealed that...
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Diagnostic Accuracy of Quantitative Scintimammography Using Tc-99m Tetrofosmin according to ROC Curve Analysis for Breast Cancer

Park SH, Park HG, Han SH, Lee YD, Jung M, Lee TH, Oh JH, Lee JN, Lee WK, Park YH, Min SK, Baek JH, Kim JH, Hwang KH

PURPOSE: Tc-99m Tetrofosmin is a new alternative to Tc- 99m MIBI for nuclear breast imaging. A receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve analysis was performed to evaluate the feasibility of Tc-99m...
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Management of Breast Masses Detected only by Ultrasonography

Sun WY, Song YJ, Yun HY, Ryu DH

PURPOSE: Whether they are mammographically visible or not, breast ultrasonography is widely used for differential diagnosis of palpable breast masses. The aim of this study is to evaluate the usefulness...
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Resolution of Hypoechoic Mass by Fine-Needle Aspiration

Lee DS, Lee JK, Kim JW

PURPOSE: Small breast cysts, which can be resolved by fine-needle aspiration, are often presented as hypoechoic masses on ultrasound examinations. They can be misinterpreted as benign tumors and cause unnecessary...
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The Clinical Usefulness of 99mTc-MIBI Scintimammography in Diagnosis of Breast Cancer

Yoo SB, Park WC, Son HS, Jeon HM, Lee JH

PURPOSE: Imaging studies for the diagnosis of breast cancer such as ultrasonography or mammography, play an essential role; however, it is well known that they have some limitations; the low...
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A Single Institute's Experience of Standardization for the HER2 Status by Fluorescence in situ Hybridization and Immunohistochemistry on a Primary Breast Cancer Tissue Microarray

Park K, Han S

PURPOSE: Most tests developed for the determination of the HER2 status still require validation, although identification of the HER2 status is important for predicting the response to specific systemic therapy...
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Research of New Biomarker for Breast Cancer Using Proteomic Patterns

Jung YS, Kim HS, Yoon TI, Jeon MS, Yoon YD, Lee YS, Lee KW, Kim HJ, Kim MW, Park HB

PURPOSE: Early detection and treatment of cancer is a primary focus of health care. Many serum markers are available for breast cancer, but are not good enough for screening. Cancer...
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Increase of Fat Necrosis after Radiation Therapy Following Mastectomy and Immediate TRAM Flap Reconstruction in High-risk Breast Cancer Patients

Son BH, Lee TJ, Lee SW, Hwang UK, Kwak BS, Ahn SH

PURPOSE: This study evaluated the benefit of radiation therapy in high-risk breast cancer patients who have received immediate transverse rectus abdominis myocutaneous (TRAM) flap reconstruction. The evaluation involved examining the...
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The Characterization of CpG Methylation of ERalpha and ERbeta Gene in the Breast Cancer

Kim SJ, Kim TW, Lee SY, Park SJ, Lee ES, Kang HS

PURPOSE: Aberrant methylation of promoter cytosine guanine dinucleotide (CpG) islands is known to be responsible for the alteration and silencing of cancer genes. The data presented here show that most...
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Breast Stem Cells

Choi D, Clarke RB, Lee MH

Mammary gland development and function would not be possible without tissue-specific stem cells. The mammalian reproductive cycles of pregnancy-associated proliferation, lactational differentiation, apoptosis and remodelling following weaning may occur many...
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