Breast carcinoma with an extensive intraductal component

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Breast carcinoma with an extensive intraductal component, also extensive intraductal component (abbreviated EIC), is a breast carcinoma that is composed of 25% or more of ductal carcinoma in situ.[1][2]

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  1. Hurd, TC.; Sneige, N.; Allen, PK.; Strom, EA.; McNeese, MD.; Babiera, GV.; Singletary, SE. (Mar 1997). "Impact of extensive intraductal component on recurrence and survival in patients with stage I or II breast cancer treated with breast conservation therapy.". Ann Surg Oncol 4 (2): 119-24. PMID 9084847.
  2. Cedolini, C.; Bertozzi, S.; Londero, AP.; Seriau, L.; Andretta, M.; Agakiza, D.; Fongione, S.; Uzzau, A. et al. (2015). "Impact of the presence and quantity of ductal carcinoma in situ component on the outcome of invasive breast cancer.". Int J Clin Exp Pathol 8 (10): 13304-13. PMID 26722534.

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