60 yr/f h/o lt breasr lump since 1 yr associated with pain fna has done from an illdefined lump of approx 2.5 x 2 cm firm mobile non tender lower inner quadrant

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Respected sir, Smears are cellular showing ductal epithelial cell in dyscohesive clusters and in papillary pattern. Individual cells shows moderate anisonucleosis , hyperchromatic nuclei, nucleoli not clearly visible ( images not clear on zooming), with moderate to scant cytoplasm . Myoepithelial cells not seen. Background shows rbcs. Features suggestive of ductal Ca breast. ? Papillary type( nuclear features not clear ). Advice HPE and radiological correlation for confirmation

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Cellular smear. Smear shows ductal epithelial cells arranged in papillary and discohesive clusters . The individual cells are pleomorphic with hyperchromatic nuclei. Cell crowding is seen. There is absence of myoepithelial cells. Background shows formed elements of blood. Opinion :- ductal carcinoma breast

Cellular smear. Smear shows epithelial cells in clusters, papillary structure and few scattered singly. Cluters are loosely cohesive. Individual cells show marked pleomorphism, moderate amount of cytoplasm, hyperchromatic nuclei and nucleoli not visble. No myoepithelial cells seen. Opinion- carcinoma breast

Papillary ductal ca, inclusion seen though not much clear.papillae formation. highly pleomorphic.dyscohesive

8 and 10 the images show apocrine changes

Ductal carcinoma breast.

Ductal carcinoma breast

This is the case of Papplary carcinoma breast with mild apocrine changes.

invasive mammary carcinoma

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