BREAST NODULAR HIDRADENOMA, A DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF BREAST CANCERAbstract
Nodular hidradenoma or clear cell hidradenoma is a rare skin adnexal tumor arising from eccrine sweat glands. Skin adnexal tumors situated in breast parenchyma are very rare and is one of differential diagnosis of breast masses. We report a case of 60 years old female with a left breast lump and bloody nipple discharge being suspected as a malignant breast mass. A final diagnosis of nodular hidradenoma breast was made after excision biopsy and immunohistochemistry study. A patient is a diagnosed case of carcinoma endometrium and underwent panhysterectomy in 2007. Postoperative histopathology revealed well-differentiated endometrial adenocarcinoma without invasion of the myometrium. She received postoperative radiation therapy and intravaginal brachytherapy in 2008 and is on regular follow-up since then.
Mitanshu Sharma, Surendra Kumar Saini, Jitesh Sarvaiya, Pritesh Patel, Monika Vaghela
Surendra Kumar Saini, Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, M P Shah Medical College & Associated G G Govt. Hospital, Jamnagar, Gujarat (INDIA)
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