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  • [Duct ectasia, an infrequent condition in childhood: A case report]. [Journal Article]
    Arch Argent Pediatr 2018; 116(6):e782-e784Ascaso Matamata ÁM, Amiguet Biain M, … González García G
  • Bloody discharge from the nipple (thelorrhagia) is a rare symptom in childhood and is a cause of great concern due to the association with carcinoma in adults. The most common cause in children is mammary duct ectasia, which is a benign and self-limiting condition. It is characterized by dilatation of the mammary ducts, fibrosis and periductal inflammation. The etiology has not been identified an…
  • [Bloody nipple discharge: duct ectasia]. [Case Reports]
    Arch Argent Pediatr 2013; 111(6):e152-5Affranchino PN, Oglietti JP, … Nastri M
  • Bloody discharge from the nipple (thelorrhagia) is a rare symptom in childhood and is a cause of great concern due to the mistaken association with carcinoma in adults. However, in children thelorrhagia is due to benign mammary duct ectasia in the majority of cases. Up to date, only isolated case reports or case series have been published and, although different theories have been postulated, no …
  • [Breast carcinoma in men: a review of 21 cases]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Clin Esp 1990; 187(7):325-8Benito Ruiz J, del Pino Porres J, Carbonell Tatay F
  • Male breast carcinoma is a truly rare tumor the treatment and prognosis of which have been recently considered similar to female cancer. In this work we reviewed the clinical histories of 21 patients with breast cancer attended in our hospital over a period of fifteen years. Mean age was 60 years. The main cause of consult was the presence of painless nodules most frequently localized in the left…
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