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Cir Esp 1998;63:383-5
Carcinoma mixto de mama con componente mucinoso y lobulillar infiltrante
Mixed lobular and mucinous carcinoma of the breast
M. Veiga, B. Madrigal, MJ. Pérez del Río, M. Herreros, M. Martín, M. Seco, MF. Fresno, A. Herrero
The case is reported of a 63-year-old woman with an advanced breast tumor (pT4) presenting a superficial infiltrating lobular component with a gradual transition to a deep, mucinous carcinoma. Mixed or biphasic neoplasms of this type are very rare, with only a few cases described in the literature. Both regions of the lesion showed positivity for low molecular weight keratins and negativity for high molecular weight keratins and neuron-specific enolase; bcl-2 expression was more intense in the mucinous area. The course of the disease was extremely poor and the patient died 17 months after diagnosis with extensive bone metastases. The histological diagnosis and immunohistochemical study are discussed, focusing especially on the differential diagnosis
Palabras clave
Mama, Tumor mixto, Bifásico, Lobulillar, Mucinoso
Breast, Mixed tumor, Biphasic, Lobular, Mucinous