Infiltrating Ductal Carninoma of the Breast

Infiltrating Ductal Carninoma of the Breast

Dr. Kennedy
An infiltrating ductal carcinoma of the breast is one of several recognized specific patterns of cancer of the breast. It is so named because it begins in the cells forming the ducts of the breast (the drainage system for milk). It is the most common form of breast cancer, comprising 65-85% of all cases.

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